Pinter to be honoured before final performance of No Man’s Land

The West End revival of Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land will dim its lights in honour of the late playwright before the show’s final performance at the Duke of York’s Theatre tomorrow (Saturday).

The venue, along with all other London theatres operated by the Ambassador Theatre Group, will dim its lights between 6.30pm and 7.30pm, in honour of the Nobel Prize-winning author.

Pinter died on Christmas Eve, following a long battle with cancer. On December 30, all Broadway theatre marquees were dimmed in his honour.

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