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Gare St Lazare Players Ireland is an Irish theatre company with a repertory of 17 Beckett titles, as well as a solo adaptation of Moby Dick  and new plays by Michael Harding and Will Eno. The company's production, in association with  Signature Theatre New York, of Title and Deed by Will Eno, was listed at no. 4 by both The New York Times and The New Yorker Magazine in their top ten best shows of 2012. In 2014 Title and Deed  toured to Edinburgh where it won The Stage Award for Acting Excellence. Also in 2014 First Love by Samuel Beckett toured to London where it received nominations for Best Director (Judy Hegarty Lovett) and Best Male Performance (Conor Lovett).  

In 2015 we performed Title and Deed and Molloy in London, The Beckett Trilogy in Dublin, Waiting For Godot, The End and Here All Night in New York.  

Gare St Lazare Ireland are currently Artists in Residence at Everyman Theatre Cork with support by The Arts Council of Ireland and Cork City Council Arts Office. 


 

In 2016 we will tour from our Beckett repertory to celebrate the centenary of the Easter Rising 1916 which led to Irish Independence.  

Thanks to Culture Ireland  for their continued support. 

Look out for us in London, Paris, New York and Dublin.

In 2015 we toured as follows.

Here All Night (music and text by Samuel Beckett), at Lincoln Center, White Light Festival 2015 November 5/6/7 2015.

The End by Samuel Beckett at Lincoln Center, White Light Festival 2015 November 2/3 2015.

Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett - Skirball Center NYU, New York October 13 - 17 2015       (A co-production with Dublin Theatre Festival)

The End by Samuel Beckett at Aspects Festival , Bangor.  SERC College Theatre on Friday 25th September at 7.30pm.

Title and Deed - The Print Room at The Coronet, London. January - February 2015.

First Love - The Arcola Theatre, London. November - December 2014. 

Waiting For Godot - Shanghai International Theatre Festival - November 2014. 

Title and Deed - Assembly Festival, Edinburgh - August 2014. 


The subtle, superb Irish Actor Conor Lovett ... Elegantly directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett.
— New Yorker Magazine, on Title and Deed by Will Eno, May 2012.