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Fri 27 & Sat 28 Apr, 8pm

Tickets

€22/20, Students €18

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Gare St Lazare Ireland

Here All Night: The Sound of Beckett

★★★★ The Irish Times | ★★★★ The Telegraph | ★★★★ The Daily Telegraph
 
Here All Night is a rich tapestry of classical music, soaring solo and choir singing, and sparkling Samuel Beckett excerpts.
 
An exploration of the use of music and sound in Beckett’s work from Gare St Lazare Ireland, the "unparalleled Beckett Champions" (The New York Times), in celebration of Beckett's birthday.
 
The captivating central vocal performance from Judy Hegarty Lovett is supported by a all-female choir in perfect harmony. 
 
Accompaniment is provided by piano (James Longford), cello (Christopher Allan) and haunting, Irish traditional-inspired Hardanger d'Amore (Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh of The Gloaming).
 
Conor Lovett performs excerpts from Watt, First Love, Malone Dies, The Unnamable and Words & Music with great humour and understanding.
 
With an original score by UK composer Paul Clark, the work has evolved to include a collaboration with distinguished Irish artist Brian O’Doherty (fomerly aka Patrick Scott) as well as movement by Irish choreographer John Scott.  
 
"Ó Raghallaigh, for his part, can twist a traditional Irish air into something startlingly spare and new (Beckett would approve)" - The Irish Times
 
 
Here All Night features:
Singer - Judy Hegarty Lovett
Actor - Conor Lovett
Hardanger d'Amore - Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
Cello - Chris Allan
Piano - James Longford
Soprano: Amanda Sidebottom
Soprano: Anna Ward
Mezzo: Krista River
Mezzo: Jaime Korkos
Alto: Kate Maroney
Alto: Katherine Growdon
 
First presented at Brighton Festival in 2013, and since performed at Lincoln Center, New York, and in Boston and London, Here All Night returns home for its Irish premiere.  
 
Conceived and created by Judy Hegarty Lovett, Conor Lovett, Paul Clark and Caoimhín Ó’Raghallaigh. 
 
Featuring texts and music by Samuel Beckett.