Deathwatch | Print Room at the Coronet | 11 April – 7 May 2016
Win a pair of tickets to see Deathwatch by Jean Genet in a new translation by David Rudkin
The Print Room is offering A Younger Theatre readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Deathwatch, the first major revival of Jean Genet’s classic play in nearly 30 years, at the Print Room in London.
Geraldine Alexander directs Danny Lee Wynter (Joe’s Place), Joseph Quinn (Dickensian), Tom Varey (The Village) and Emma Naomi (The Crucible) in this brand new production. Inspired by Genet’s own frequent spells in prison, Deathwatch presents the final intense day of an ambiguous and volatile relationship between three young cellmates, Lefranc, Maurice and the charismatic condemned man Green-Eyes.
Jean Genet, perhaps best known for his play The Maids but also for his novels, poems and political writing, was described by Simone de Beauvoir as “a thug of genius”. The last major production of Deathwatch was by the RSC in 1987, which has now been revisited for this new translation by David Rudkin.
Print Room at the Coronet
103 Notting Hill Gate
For further information and to book please visit the Print Room website.
Competition closes on Monday 18 April by 5pm.
Terms and Conditions
Valid for Mon – Thu performances only until 7 May 2016. Tickets are subject to availability, not for resale and cannot be exchanged. Travel costs are not covered by the competition prize. If a winner does not claim their prize within 10 days of being notified, then their prize will be forfeited and another winner selected. One entry per person. By entering this competition you agree to be added to the A Younger Theatre E-newsletter.