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!
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