by Jean Paul Sartre
Translated by Geoff Levett Phd
The Crouch End Players present a new translation of Jean-Paul Sartre’s 20th Century masterpiece, ‘No Exit’.
Written in the claustrophobic atmosphere of wartime Paris, this up-to-date production resonates with recent events when lockdown meant that for many the blackly comic aphorism, ‘Hell is other people’, was all too true.
Three people, trapped together in a sinister room, try to discover what foul acts have brought them together.
Sex, murder, cowardice and betrayal are laid bare in a dark existentialist classic that defined theatre for the Cold-War generation.
Can you judge a life on one act alone? Buy your ticket now to find out.
ALL PERFORMANCES SOLD OUT
Upstairs at The Great Northern Railway Tavern
67 High Street Hornsey, London N8 7QB
October 21st, 22nd, 23rd. 7.30pm
Accessibility: Please note - the performance takes place on the first floor via a staircase.
Suitable for age 16+