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Description This play was first performed in 1960. Harold Pinter specializes in the tragicomedy of the breakdown of communication, broadly in the tradition of the theatre of the absurds and this is demonstrated i... more

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Description Stanley Webber is visited in his boarding-house by two strangers, Goldberg and McCann. An innocent-seeming birthday party for Stanley turns into a nightmare. This educational edition is designed to be... more

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Description When Teddy, a professor in an American university, brings his wife Ruth to visit London and his family, he finds himself prey to old conflicts. But now it is Ruth who becomes the focus of the family's... more

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Description Do Hirst and Spooner really know each other, or are they performing an elaborate charade? The ambiguity - and the comedy - intensify with the arrival of Briggs and Fraser. All four inhabit a no-man's-... more

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Description Two years after their affair has ended, Emma and Jerry--her husband's best friend--meet and reflect on their illicit relationship. more

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Description Published to coincide with its world premiere at the Almeida Theatre in London, this play explores relationships within the family, and our own particular and individual understanding of such communal... more

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Description Produced at Hampstead Theatre, London, in 1980. This play was revived by the National Theatre, London, in July 2007. more

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Description A middle-aged couple entertain a friend they have not seen for two decades in Pinter's play first presented in London's West End in June, 1971. more

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Description Harold Pinter's first and only novel, written in the early 1950s before he began writing plays. The novel is set in post-war London's East End, a landscape of bomb-sites, and describes the lives of fo... more

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Description Harold Pinter's play is set at a party in an elegant flat. Below, in the streets, there is a military presence, but most of the partygoers appear to be unconcerned by this. Pinter's other plays includ... more

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Description These two short plays, which show a new directon in Pinter's work, are accompanied by a short piece, "Night". His other plays include "The Caretaker", "The Birthday Party", "Old Times" and "No Man's L... more

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Description Dramatizes the conversation between an interrogator and his victims, a father, mother, and young son, and includes an interview with the playwright about the play's theme. more

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Review of The Homecoming - Harold Pinter

Excellent

“Ego Testicle”

published 04/12/2012

Timeless piece of drama in it's rawest form

Not for the easily offended

...Harold Pinter (1930 - 2008) Audiences seem emotionless at the absurd, not a whimper or a groan at the audacious theatre productions, it seems the audacious plays attracts the steely ?emotions in-check? theatre goer ? their face set in stone, glued to the gleaming milky nakedness on stage as if reading a Owen Jones article in the Independent ? unperturbed at the bulbous jelly wobble who...

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Review of The Homecoming - Harold Pinter

Excellent

“The Homecoming.”

published 08/02/2010

A good study of life.

Not for the easily offended.

...Harold Pinter was born in East London in 1930. Pinter is one of our most celebrated playwrights as well as being an accomplished screenwriter, actor, poet and director. Harold Pinter was the only child of Jack and Francis Pinter, a middle class Jewish family that had Polish ancestry. Pinter excelled at English , he could act and from an early age he enjoyed writing poetry. Pinter studied...

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Review of Betrayal - Harold Pinter

Super

Well written

Quite disturbing

...Betrayal (1978) by Harold Pinter (1930- ) Do you think you know how complicated extramarital relationships can be? Well, what Harold Pinter is trying to tell you in this play is that you have absolutely no idea. The story involves two families: Robert, his wife Emma, and their two children; a boy and a girl, and Jerry, his wife Judith, and their two children who happen to be a boy...

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