The Birthday Party Harold Pinter Theatre
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The Birthday Party

It has been sixty years since The Birthday Party was met by a generally hostile London reception, but now the circumstances of its performance are utt...
NO MANS LAND by Pinter,
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No Man’s Land

In a play preoccupied with a no-man’s land of frozen stasis, and the desire to once again reach solidity, the set allows for no such illusions. The tr...
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The Caretaker

Being in the unique position of a Young Reviewer who had not yet had the chance to watch a Harold Pinter play, I was excited to attend the latest Old ...
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The Caretaker

Matthew Warchus’s latest artistic endeavour at the Old Vic is an absolute triumph, keenly expressing Pinter’s vision in The Caretaker: the crisis of i...
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The Homecoming

In this 50th anniversary revival, Jamie Lloyd ramps up the tension and presents Pinter’s family drama The Homecoming as a true psychological thriller....
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Old Times

‘The past is what you remember’ is for me the most striking line of Harold Pinter’s Old Times, which was first performed on 1st June 1971 by the Royal...
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The Dumb Waiter

In a dank, Birmingham basement, two hitmen, Ben and Gus, wait with ever increasing boredom, frustration and anxiety for orders of their next job. Afte...
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Betrayal

London Classic Theatre brings Harold Pinter’s Betrayal on a circuit around the UK and Ireland. Beginning in Derby and ending in Didcot, The Everyman i...