Direct from New York and Edinburgh comes a reimagining of Samuel Beckett’s celebrated All That Fall.
Get comfortable in your rocking chair and let the lilting tones of Ireland’s finest actors wash over you as they bring to life Nobel Prize-winning playwright Samuel Beckett’s wryly humorous story of a couple and their bewilderingly ordinary adventures.
Pan Pan’s All That Fall brings Beckett’s radio play out of the home and into the theatre for a hosted storytelling event with an installation of 60 rocking chairs, surround sound and hundreds of ambient lights. All That Fall is an international smash hit and arrives here fresh from winning multiple 2012 Irish Times Theatre Awards.
Ireland’s critically-acclaimed Pan Pan Theatre is known for their bold reimaginings of classics and inventive new works. They’ve demonstrated how to take the theatrical greats – Shakespeare, Ibsen, Beckett – and strip them back, then give them a post-modern re-polish without losing any of the original vigour and substance. You last saw them at WTF for A Doll House and Oedipus Loves You.
There is a lockout for All That Fall. Please turn up on time.
Supported by Culture Ireland.