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Pinter's People at the Haymarket from 30 Jan 2007
Pinter's People - Sketches, Monologues and Two-Handers 1958 - 2002, will open at the Haymarket Theatre 1 Feb 2007, following previews from 30 Jan - running to 23 Feb 2007, starring Bill Bailey, Kevin Eldon, Geraldine McNulty, Sally Phillips.
This production is a celebration of HAROLD PINTER who will celebrate his 76th birthday this year (2007). It is a presentation of thirteen comedy sketches, woven together under the banner 'PINTER'S PEOPLE', a title given to the company by the playwright for this unique production.
Many regard HAROLD PINTER as Britain's greatest living playwright. He is the undisputed master of absurdist drama and his plays are noted for their use of silence, understatement, and cryptic small talk. Equally recognizable are the 'Pinteresque' themes - nameless menace, erotic fantasy, obsession and jealousy, family hatred and mental disturbance.
The thirteen sketches include: Trouble In The Works, The Black And White, Special Offer, That's Your Trouble, Request Stop, Night, The New World Order, Tess, Victoria Station, That's All, Last To Go, Precisely, Press Conference.
It is directed by Sean Foley, designed by Simon Hodgson, lighting by Jon Clark, costumes by Jack Galloway.
Produced by Mick Perrin for Just For Laughs Live