Dublin Theatre Festival and Sarah Jane Scaife Presents


Company by Samuel Beckett (In Development)

Dates: 06 Oct - 06 Oct

Show Time: 1 pm


Sarah Jane Scaife: Company by Samuel Beckett

‘A voice comes to one in the  dark. Imagine.’
Opening with this tantalising  directive, Samuel Beckett’s Company reads almost as a  laboratory experiment into  the notion of being itself.  Raymond Keane presents and performs this intensely moving and lyrical piece of Beckettian prose, which  interrogates the veracity of  memory and finds company in the haunting sculpture of,  ‘one on his back, in the dark.’

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Duration Approx. 60 mins.

Supported by Dublin City Council  and Irish Theatre Institute.

Funded through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award.


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