Family Voices/Victoria Station/A Kind of Alaska - T01901506791Family Voices is a dark and heady brew of unresolved sexuality and gallows humour. A macabre vaudeville double act, Victoria Station visits familiar Pinter terrain: isolation, dependency and rage. Inspired by Awakenings by Oliver Sacks MD, A Kind of Alaska evokes a suitably icy desolation. First produced together by the National Theatre in 1982 (under the title Other Places) - and loosely linked by the theme of 'distance' - these compelling 'miniatures' deliver a typically Pinteresque punch.Company incisor Theatre.
|2 Oct 09 to 5 Oct 09||Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655|
listing details L01787866504
Sketches and Monologues 1958-2002 - T0128612983In a mark of respect and a celebration of Pinter who will celebrate his 76th birthday this year, [Sean Foley] will direct the four strong cast in this presentation of the thirteen sketches, woven together under the banner Pinter's People, a title give to the company by the playwright for this unique production. The sketches are: 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 and Press Conference.Producer Mick Perrin (for Just for Laughs Live). Director Sean Foley. Design Simon Hodgson. Lighting Jon Clark. Costume Jack Galloway. Performer Bill Bailey. Performer Sally Phillips. Performer Kevin Eldon. Performer Geraldine McNulty.
|30 Jan 07 to 23 Feb 07||Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End :: V396|
listing details L01450954077