11 January - 03 February 2024

Krapp’s Last Tape

Tickets: Previews 11 – 13 January €25 | 15 January – 3 February €35/€30 concession

10% off full price/concession tickets for groups of 8+

Show Time: Mon – Sat 7:30pm | Sat Matinees: 20 & 27 Jan and 3 Feb – 2:30pm


The entire run of Krapp’s Last Tape is sold out and the waiting list has now closed. If you would like to be notified of any possible returns, please register via this form below and, if the situation should change, we will be in touch with you.

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Thank you for the overwhelming response to the show.


Stephen Rea stars in Beckett’s quietly distilled masterpiece, Krapp’s Last Tape. His long history with the work of Samuel Beckett includes working with Beckett himself when he played Clov in a production of Endgame at the Royal Court Theatre in London, at the age of 29. 

Past midnight.  Never knew such silence. The earth might be uninhabited.

A man sits alone.  It is the evening of his 69th birthday.  Every year, on his birthday, he records a new tape – a review of the year just gone.

But first, he listens back to a tape he recorded three decades before.  

Landmark’s 20th anniversary production promises to be a major theatrical event.

Directed by Vicky Featherstone (artistic director of the Royal Court Theatre for the past ten years, the design team includes Jamie Vartan (set); Katie Davenport (costume); Paul Keogan (lighting), and Kevin Gleeson (sound).

Post-Show Event | Monday 15 January

Stephen Rea and Vicky Featherstone in conversation, chaired by Dr. Tanya Dean.

Accessible Performances:

We are delighted to offer accessible performance as follows:

Touch Tour with Bríd Ní Ghruagáin
Tue, 23 Jan | 6.30 pm

Audio Described Performance with Bríd Ní Ghruagáin
Tue, 23 Jan | 7.30 pm

ISL Performance with Caoimhe Coburn Gray
Thurs, 25 Jan | 7.30 pm


Written by Samuel Beckett

Directed by Vicky Featherstone

Set Design by Jamie Vartan

Costume design by Katie Davenport

Lighting design by Paul Keogan

Sound Design by Kevin Gleeson


Supported by The Arts Council.

Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council.

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