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Godot Is a Woman will have you laughing all evening and arguing all night

Plus: a heartbreaking new play about dementia at the White Bear Theatre

Cara Withers, Josie Underwood, Jack Wakely are exceptional performers, working like a single comic organism in Godot Is a Woman. Image: Ali Wright

Godot Is a Woman opens with three tramps standing on a bare stage beneath a solitary upright. This isn’t Samuel Beckett’s famous drama about a pair of vagrants, Vladimir and Estragon, who wait in vain for a mysterious visitor. This is a spoof in which a trio of actors (two female, one non-binary) seek a licence to perform the script that Beckett insisted must be played by male actors only.

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