19:00, Tue 17th February 2009 - Sat 21st February 2009 at Corpus Playroom
Lent Week 5
Estragon and Vladimir are waiting for Godot. The arrival of Pozzo and Lucky helps to pass the time, but they agree "it would have passed anyway".
Beckett's supreme modern classic, once described as a play in which "nothing happens – twice", is as striking, poignant and avant-garde as it was fifty years ago. Universal and timeless, the dazzling, lyrical language captures a perfect blend of humour and tragic insight.
Ahead of Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart's production, this remarkable black comedy comes to Cambridge in a striking interpretation which demands to be seen… …if only to pass the time.