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Steven Berkoff – The Actor’s Lament – Gaiety Theatre – Preview

Steven-Berkoff

Some exciting news as Steven Berkoff will be in Dublin this September, for one week only. It is will his show ‘The Actor’s Lament’ which aims to give a vision of what life as an Actor is really like. It’s a great chance to see him on stage, I could see this one selling out sharpish!

Steven Berkoff presents ‘The Actor’s Lament’

For One Week only at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

from 1-6 September 2014

Tickets on sale Thursday 15 May 2014 at 9am

MCD and The Gaiety Theatre are delighted to announce that legendary actor, director and playwright Steven Berkoff will bring The Actor’s Lament to Ireland this September. Berkoff has been acclaimed as ‘One of the great radical figures in British theatre’ (Scotsman).

The Actor’s Lament reunites him with fellow actors Jay Benedict and Andree Bernard. Opening at the Gaiety Theatre 1 September it will run for one week only. Tickets on sale Thursday 15 May.

The Actor’s Lament describes the bizarre lives of actors. It is about the stories that lie behind the grief, passions and aggravations of being a performer.

A glorious, iambically elegant rant. It’s rather wonderful. I am in love at last with the phenomenon that is Berkoff at full throttle. Libby Purves, The Times

A three-hander that joyfully and mercilessly skews every theatrical target in sight. The Stage MUST SEE!

Dates: 1-6 September

Matinee Sat 6 September

 

Tickets from €20 (including booking fee) on sale Thursday 15 May

24Hr Gaiety Theatre Booking Tel: 0818 719 388

Group Bookings: + 353 1 648 6029

www.gaietytheatre.ie | www.ticketmaster.ie

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