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Out of Joint theatre company will present All That Fall by Samuel Beckett at Wilton's Music Hall, directed by Max Stafford Clark, which will run from 22 March to 9 April 2016, with an official opening on 24 March 2016.
Beckett's one-act radio play has been adapted for live performance, with audiences being blindfolded as the cast move about them in the auditorium, their voices joined by a surround-sound design by Dyfan Jones.
"A bawdy and unpredictable tale, it charts the faltering journey of elderly Maddy Rooney as she ventures along a country road to surprise her blind husband at the train station for his birthday treat. Along the way she is helped and hindered by a series of colourful characters; but when she is united with her husband, she is confronted with a strange and harrowing event that makes him seem a stranger."
First broadcast in 1957 All That Fall is one of Beckett’s most accessible and naturalistic plays and was the first time Beckett centred his work on a female protagonist.
The cast will feature Brid Brennan, Killian Burke, Frank Laverty, Gary Lilburn and Ciaran McIntyre with a full cast to be announced.
Tickets for the production are now on sale.