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Competition: Win tickets to the BFI’s Harold Pinter season

Jeremy Irons and Judi Dench in Harold Pinter's 1978 television play Langrishe Go Down. Photo: Richard Farley/Radio Times Archive)
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Pinter On Screen: Power, Sex and Politics

July and August at BFI Southbank

“Truth in drama is forever elusive. You never quite find it, but the search for it is compulsive”
To mark the 10th anniversary of Harold Pinter’s death, the BFI are hosting a special two month season celebrating his major contribution to film, TV and theatre.

Films include The Birthday Party starring Julie Waters and Harold Pinter, the Go-Between starring Julie Christie, Langrishe Go Down with Judi Dench and Jeremy Irons, The Caretaker starring Donald Pleasence, Meryl Streep in The French Lieutenant’s Woman and The Handmaid’s Tale as well as talks and events throughout the season, which runs until the end of August.

Click here for full listing and dates of screenings

Pinter at the Pinter, the complete season of Harold Pinter’s one-act plays, will also be playing from September 2018 to February 2019 at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London. pinteratthepinter.com

To win a pair of tickets to a screening or event of your choice at the BFI Pinter season, go to thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put BFIPINTER in the code box. Entries close at midnight on July 8.

Terms and conditions: Subject to availability. Travel not included. Non transferable. No cash alternative. By entering the competition you agree to your contact details being passed securely to a third party who will only use them for the purpose of this competition and to your name being published in The Stage newspaper.

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