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Endgame

By Samuel Beckett
Directed by Richard Jones
Starring Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe

‘Go and get two bicycle-wheels.’
‘There are no more bicycle-wheels.’
‘What have you done with your bicycle?’
‘I never had a bicycle.’

Nothing stirs outside. In a bare room, Hamm, an old, blind tyrant confined to a wheelchair, is locked in a stalemate with his servant Clov. Interrupted only by the nostalgic musings of Hamm’s ancient parents, this bleakly funny double act cling stubbornly to their routine of casual savagery and mutual dependence.

Richard Jones directs Beckett’s macabre comedy in which hope and cruelty are the last things to die.

VIP tickets available: £150 seats include a free programme and drink (a choice of one of 175ml house wine, pint of house beer or soft drink). Redeemed at box office with ticket.

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Suitable For Children

Suitable for ages 14+

Times

Previews from 27 January 2020, press night 4 February 2020

Where Do I Go

The Old Vic

The Cut, London

SE1 8NB 

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Latest customer reviews

  • Endgame

    21 February 2020

    Fabulous inventive afternoon, beautifully and artfully performed and stunning to look at. I loved both very differing pieces. A terrific matinee.

    Libbie Barr Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Iconic

    19 February 2020

    No words for the performances! Astounding, breathtaking really

    Argy Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Don’t leave at the interval!

    16 February 2020

    I found Rough for Theatre II rather abstract & impenetrable overall, in spite of the immediacy of the prevailing situation & all the potential for... something to be revealed. I was disappointed. But right from the start, Endgame was an entirely different matter, intriguing me, drawing me into the madness, the existential and at the same time pathetic drama, posing questions that could sit with me in my unease, and remain unanswered but richly explored & somehow satisfied. Alan Cumming was superlative in his sadistic codependency, and Daniel Radcliffe a wonderful Clov, in all his tortured but welcome-ly comedic physicality. I loved it!

    Julie Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • It wasn't the acting

    15 February 2020

    I have never had the experience of watching a performance feel so similar to torture.

    Joe Confirmed ticket purchaser