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Harold Pinter

Harold Pinter’s early play The Birthday Party is a famously murky piece of work, by turns sinister and absurd. Ian Rickson’s production boasts a glorious...

Harold Pinter’s sophomore work confounded all but one of its first reviewers but continues to fascinate 60 years on. As the latest revival opens...

Pearl Mackie, who played the first openly gay Doctor Who companion, will be returning to theatre in Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party. She tells...

One of the never-ending laments of modern life is the lost art of letter writing. Real letters, sent through the post, not iMessages filled...

Harold Pinter's claustrophobic 1978 three-hander, Betrayal, is one of his greatest works. A tangle of lies, deceit and middle-class philandering, it spools backwards in...

Patrice Naiambana, David Judge and Jonathan Livingstone will star in the upcoming tour of Harold Pinter’s play The Caretaker. Naiambana will play Davies, a homeless...

What an assured and impressive debut this is for Lekan Lawal in his first main house production, the culmination of a placement under the...

Sean Mathias’ production of Pinter’s No Man’s Land, starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, has already played Broadway in rep with Waiting For Godot...

Harold Pinter had already been credited with changing the face of British theatre before The Caretaker appeared in 1960, but it was this play’s...
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