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No Man's Land archiveHirst, a respected and wealthy poet, comes across Spooner, a fellow poet who has fallen on hard times, in a chance meeting at Jack Straw's Castle, his local public house. They retire to Hirst's Hampstead home to continue their drinking and conversation. Later, two younger men, Foster and Briggs, arrive claiming to be Hirst's guardians. Nothing, however, is as it seems. First performed in 1975, No Man's Land is one of Harold Pinter's most darkly comic, savagely disturbing - and seldom seen - plays. The tenuous nature of memory, and the primal, aggressive nature of men struggling to maintain their status in an unrelenting world are forged together in this modern classics. <a href="http://www.nomanslandtheplay.com/">Website</a>

Cast/Performers

Ian McKellen (Spooner), Patrick Stewart (Hirst), Owen Teale (Briggs), Damien Molony (Foster)

Creatives/Company

Author: Harold Pinter
Producer: Playful Productions
Director: Sean Mathias
Design: Stephen Brimson Lewis
Lighting: Peter Kaczorowski
Costume: Stephen Brimson Lewis

No Man's Land

No Man's Land (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01413861859. Details of all No Man's Land archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1213065426

Archive Listings

15 Dec 16Gala Theatre
Durham, County Durham
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17 Sep 16
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17 Dec 16
Wyndham's Theatre
West End, Greater London
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29 Aug 16
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3 Sep 16
New Theatre
Cardiff, Glamorgan
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22 Aug 16
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27 Aug 16
Theatre Royal
Brighton, East Sussex
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15 Aug 16
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20 Aug 16
Theatre Royal
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
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3 Aug 16
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13 Aug 16
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
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Reviews

Reviews


User Review: 06Sep16: One of the best things I have seen on stage in years - a true delight from beginning to end
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03Sep16: Revival of Pinter's absurdist classic
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User Reviews

jim (06Sep16): One of the best things I have seen on stage in years - a true delight from beginning to end
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