What's Wrong with Eleutheria

 


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Beckett's first full-length play was offered to Paris producers at the same time as Godot, which was preferred because of its small cast and single set, but Eleutheria has never been performed. John Calder gives the reason why and describes a work which is very typical of other Beckett writings of the time, which having been supressed were later released.

  • 6.45pm
  • £5 (conc £3)

Where

Calder Bookshop
51 The Cut, London, SE1 8LF
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