Barry McGovern in
by Samuel Beckett
A wide-eyed stranger alights from a country train. The destination: Mr Knott’s house. The mission: to serve.
Samuel Beckett’s wit and wisdom combine in the story of a nomadic manservant in the house of his unseen master.
Written as a novel while Beckett waited in the south of France for the Second World War to end, Watt comes to the stage in a one-man production of sparkling humour and heart-stirring poignancy.
This is a rare opportunity to see the master’s work performed by one of the greatest Beckett interpreters in the world: Barry McGovern.
Directed by Tom Creed, whose recent productions at Pavilion Theatre include The Tales of Hoffmann with Irish National Opera and Acis and Galatea with Opera Theatre Company.