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Solo Show – No Colour, No Colour

The exhibition opens on April 3rd in the Office of Public Works, 51 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 and runs for the duration of the festival.

As Part of the Beckett Centenary celebrations in April 2006, the Festival Committee, in association with the Department of Arts, Tourism and Sport and the Gate Theatre, are proud to present ‘No Colour No Colour’ a collection of new work by Cian McLoughlin based on the work of Samuel Beckett.

For the past 3 years McLoughlin has worked in collaboration with a highly accomplished cast of actors to produce a series of large-scale portraits centred on three Beckett plays.

Lee Evans, Michael Gambon, John Hurt, Geoffrey Hutchings, Barry McGovern, Johnny Murphy and Liz Smith have all sat, in character, reprising their roles from staged productions of Waiting for Godot, Endgame and Krapp’s Last Tape.

For more information and a complete set of images please follow the link in the ‘Exhibitions’ section

Installation view