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Mountain Language/One for the Road archiveMountain Language - First performed at the Royal National Theatre on 20 October 1988. - I've got a wife and three kids. And you're all a pile of shit. - I've got a wife and three kids. - You've what? Silence - You've got what? Silence - What did you say to me? You've got what? Silence You've got what. One for the Road - In an unnamed police-state a torturer confronts his victims and reveals his own brutal craving for approval: a work of devastating moral force.

Author Harold Pinter.

Archive listings for Mountain Language/One for the Road

Work type: Play.


Company Red Hot Theatre.
31 Mar 05 to 1 Apr 05Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L424765332

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