Samuel Beckett's Happy Days at the Tower Theatre

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Samuel Beckett's Happy Days at the Tower Theatre

A production of Samuel Beckett's thought provoking masterpiece Happy Days is on offer in the run up to Easter.

Much has been made of the inspiration for the play, and the meanings behind it.

It follows Winnie, who begins Act I buried up to her waist, and is starting a new day.

We found out more from Robert Pennant Jones, who is directing the play at the Tower Theatre. 


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