By Samuel Beckett
Easter Week 4
This is a happy day. Regardless of certain extraneous factors, today will be a happy day - at least that's what Winnie wants. Buried up to her waist in the ground and with laconic and difficult husband Willie to deal with, Winnie just wants to have a happy day between the waking bell and the sleeping bell. Armed with her life in a bag and a head full of thoughts and memories and questions about cricked necks and hogs, join Winnie for two days in her search for Happy Days.
Samuel Beckett won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1969. One of Ireland's most celebrated dramatists, he was elected Saoi of the Aosdána in 1984. He wrote in both English and French - this production will be in English.