“To-morrow, when I wake, or think I do, what shall I say of to-day?”

Two homeless men, Vladimir and Estragon, wait on a bare road with a single tree.

Over two days they argue, get bored, clown around, repeat themselves, contemplate death and wait. They are waiting for the one who never comes. They are waiting for Godot.

Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot is one of the most significant English language plays of the 20th Century.

The play gently and intelligently speaks about what it is to be human. Its brilliance lies in its subtlety; it is endlessly elusive and yet universal.

Ian Brown directs an all Black cast in this new production of Beckett’s funny and poetic masterpiece.



“A fresh and intelligent staging that is, above all, human.”
The Times

“Kissoon and Robinson brilliantly bicker in the manner of an old married couple.”
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The Guardian

“Pitch perfect throughout, very funny, very moving, ultimately very powerful.”
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What’s On Stage

“This is an absolutely must-see production of Beckett’s most famous play.”
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Public Reviews

“The set and lighting serves the performance beautifully and gives the audience constant reminders of the characters’ absolute isolation”
The Yorker

Date Time Venue Notes Prices Booking

The Old Rep

  • Address: Station Street, (Nearest car park is on Dudley Street), Birmingham, B5 4DY
  • Box Office: 0121 236 4455
  • Phone: 0121 236 4455
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