Students waiting for Godot in outdoor play

Waiting for Godot
Waiting for Godot

Students at Oundle School perform one of Samuel Beckett’s most popular plays.

Waiting for Godot will be performed on Thursday September 24 and Friday September 25 starting at 7.45pm each night.

It has been directed by Charlie Rogers and Tom Younger.

Vladimir and Estragon, two wanderers, wait by a lonely tree to meet up with Mr Godot. They hope he will change their lives for the better.

Instead, another couple of eccentric travellers arrive; the results are both funny and dangerous.

Voted the most significant play of the twentieth century, Oundle School revives Nobel Prize winning Samuel Beckett’s masterly black comedy.

This production of Waiting for Godot is being staged outdoors in the School’s Cloisters off New Street.

People are advised to wrap up warm. In the case of wet weather, ponchos and umbrellas will be available.

Tickets for the show cost £6.

To book tickets call the box office on 01832 273930 or visit