The world's biggest celebration of Nobel Prize Writer Samuel Beckett.
Festival-goers will experience Beckett’s work like never before at the best-priced international festival ever. There’ll be events on boats and planes and even an underground event in Fermanagh’s iconic Marble Arch Caves in an amazing programme to include international theatre, music, dance, art installations, exhibitions and comedy featuring 17 Irish and UK Premieres and 13 World Premieres.
Celebrities from stage and screen will descend upon Enniskillen including: Frank Skinner, Clive James, Miranda Richardson, Harriet Walter, Juliet Stevenson, Diana Quick and Adrian Dunbar all feature as part of the programme which is dominated by Beckett’s short plays and prose this year. There’ll also be work from French, Finnish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, American and Australian artists.
Four International Installations feature this year including: the Irish Premiere of a performance art piece entitled Paradiso from avant-garde Italian theatre-maker Romeo Castellucci, Falling a performance installation by Tomoko Mukaiyama (Japan) & Jean Kalman (France); Robert Wilson (USA) exhibits his Winona Ryder video portrait A Still Life is A Real Life; Neil Jordan’s multi-screen installation, Not I, featuring academy award-nominated actress Julianne Moore - a co-production with the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
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UPDATE: Winona Ryder has cancelled her public appearances at the festival. Read more here.