A man has stopped travelling from town to town and from room to room – sharing the good word with people who give him tea and biscuits. All that’s left is this hotel room, his ageing body and a fat fly.
Enda Walsh's Room 303 is a short monologue inspired by the Third Epistle of John and first produced by the Bush Theatre, London, as part of the Sixty-Six Books season in 2011. It was performed at the 2014 Galway International Arts Festival, and was later revived at the 2016 Galway International Arts Festival, when it was presented alongside two other short plays by the same author - Kitchen and A Girl's Bedroom - under the collective title Rooms.
Staging:can be simply staged
Amateur rights performance fee: £20 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)
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