Discounted top seats for Michael Gambon in Krapp's Last Tape - September/ October 2010
Now here is something quite special. The glorious and descriptive tones of Michael Gambon, plus his incredible acting ability of course, will be resonating around London's Duchess Theatre from September to November and we have some specially-discounted tickets for his latest West-End appearance.
Gambon is set to appear as the central (and only) character in the short Samuel Beckett monologue/ play, "Krapp's Last Tape". Krapp, loosely based on Beckett himself, makes a point of recording his thoughts and desires onto tape on his birthday every year - he is now 69. He also listens back to a previously created recording from his earlier years, choosing his 39th year for this story. Clearly he hasn't moved with the times and bought a digital recorder, so he settles for an older machine. The play continues with Krapp archly bemoaning other people and humorously describes his previous 12 months.
Krapp has previously been played by luminaries such as John Hurt, Harold Pinter and the actor it was originally written for, Patrick Magee amongst others. Gambon will surely fit the bill perfectly.
The limited discounted seats cost just £29.50 (plus a £2 transaction fee but no booking fees) for top seats and are available from 15th September to 16th October (not Sundays, Mondays or 22nd Sep).They cover most matinee or evening performances but please note that weekday evenings have two performances, one at 7pm and one at 8.15pm (the play is around 45 minutes long). You save around £10 per seat by buying these 'specials'!
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