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Janie Dee and Robert Glenister join Pinter at the Pinter season

Janie Dee. Photo: Robert Workman Janie Dee. Photo: Robert Workman
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Janie Dee, Robert Glenister and John Heffernan are the latest actors to join the Pinter at the Pinter season, celebrating the playwright’s short plays.

The season began earlier this month and will run at the Harold Pinter Theatre in the West End until February, showcasing Pinter’s short works in the 10th anniversary year of his death.

The previously announced company members include Tamsin Greig, Lee Evans, Martin Freeman, Kate O’Flynn, David Suchet and Russell Tovey.

Dee and Glenister will appear in Pinter Four: Moonlight / Night School, directed by Lyndsey Turner and Ed Stambollouian. Also joining the cast will be Brid Brennan, Isis Hainsworth, Peter Polycarpou, Dwane Walcott, Al Weaver and Abbie Finn.

Heffernan will star in A Slight Ache.

Meanwhile, Tom Edden will appear in Pinter Three: Landscape / A Kind of Alaska / Monologue, and Katherine Kingsley and Eleanor Matsuura complete the cast of Pinter Six: Party Time / Celebration.

Mark Rylance will also take part in a Q&A on October 2 ahead of evening performances of Pinter One and Pinter Two.

The season is produced by the Jamie Lloyd Company, ATG Productions, Benjamin Lowy Productions, Gavin Kalin Productions and Glass Half Full Productions.

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