By Samuel Beckett National tour, until March Rating: **** Reviewed by Rachel Andrews
If there was ever a time that recommended itself to a Beckett play, it is now. With capitalism and consumerism revealed as the empty vessels they always were, it seems right that we should turn for answers to this unflinching reflector of the human condition, who faced the world as it is, and in doing so provided something of the spirit needed to carry on.
Endgame takes place in a nowhere space of quiet desperation....
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