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VenueCochrane Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From14th March 2001
Opened15th March 2001
To12th April 2001
When19:45, Thurs/Sat Mats 14:45. No perfs Mar 25-Apr 1
PricesFrom £17.50. To £17.50.
What is currently on at Cochrane Theatre (V181)

No Way Out (Huis Clos)

This black comedy is set in a vaudevillian underworld. Garcin, Inez and Estelle are trapped together for eternity as penance for their corrupt lives. Through probing investigation of each others' actions, and attacks on each others' characters and continuous treadmill of sexual exploitation, they finally come to realise that the traditional hell they had so feared would have been infinitely preferable to this eternity of each other. As Garcin observes 'no need for the rack... Hell is other people.' Huis Clos was written in 1943 and is one of Sarte's most influential plays.
Author Jean-Paul Sartre

Archive :: production:T468304778, play:S1923741655, venue:V181

Production details

Prior to West End


Company 4th Wall Entertainment
Translation Frank Hauser
Director Colin McFarlane
Music Gary Lloyd
Design Kendra Ullyart
Lighting Michelle Green
Costume Emma Williams
Performer Jeanne Marine
Performer Amelda Brown
Performer Colin McFarlane
Performer Mark Hayford

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