"Lively, inventive and popular, Miracle’s work gives lie to the idea that theatre is a metropolitan activity"The Guardian
'Waiting for Godot'
Written by Samuel Beckett & Directed by Bill Scott
This summer Miracle Theatre demonstrates why Waiting for Godot, once famously described as a play in which ‘nothing happens, twice’, is one of the most profound, moving and funny plays ever written. Both deadly serious and seriously funny, Beckett’s timeless masterpiece explores what makes us tick with clarity, dramatic force and genuine humour.
Here’s a perfect reason to spend an evening under the stars: a stellar cast of Miracle’s best known actors performing a masterpiece that challenges all certainties while proving a perfect remedy for disillusion!
Top Tips for Open Air Theatre – whatever the weather!
Come Prepared - Bring whatever you need for a cosy evening. Warm woollies, blankets waterproofs and insect spray!
Bring Your Own Seat! - Low backed chairs, rugs and a cushion is always nice too, combine comfort and style!
Arrive Early - Pick a great spot and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Bring a torch - It’s very helpful to safely find your way back to the car.
Bring a picnic And it’s fine to include wine!