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A decade ago this year, one of Britain’s most prolific modern dramatists passed away. To commemorate his death, The Jamie Lloyd company returns to the West End for a five-month-long residency at the Harold Pinter Theatre, presenting a variety of the Nobel Prize-winning writer’s short plays. The Pinter at the Pinter Season sees the playwright’s finest works staged in a season that features star-studded casts and stellar creative teams.

Patrick Marber directs a triple-bill of The Room / Victoria Station / Family Voices. The Room is Pinter’s first play and first comedy of menace, with striking and relevant commentary on English xenophobia. Still topical, it is paired with Victoria Station and Family Voices, two pieces that address humanity’s struggle to authentically communicate. Family Voices was initially conceived as a radio play and first aired on BBC Radio 3 in 1983.

Casting includes Jane Horrocks, Emma Naomi and Nicholas Woodesen. Horrocks recently appeared in Instructions for Correct Assembly at the Royal Court and is known for her roles in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and Absolutely Fabulous. Naomi recently appeared in Don Juan in Soho at Wyndham’s Theatre. Rupert Graves (Sherlock) also joins the cast, alongside Luke Thallon, who recently featured in the Young Vic's The Inheritance.

Nicholas Woodesen boasts decades of experience on stage and screen, with credits including Skyfall, Death of a Salesman and The Audience. Playwright and director Patrick Marber leads the piece, with recent West End credits including Don Juan in Soho, Travesties, Venus in Fur and Closer.

A rare opportunity to catch some of Pinter’s rarely seen works, The Room / Victoria Station / Family Voices are a striking triple-bill of thrilling plays, guaranteed to feature a stellar cast. An experience not to be missed, the production plays at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre from 13 December 2018 to 26 January 2019, with a press night on 3 January 2019.

Performance dates: 26 Jan 2019 - 26 Jan 2019

Running time: TBC

Age recommendation: No under 5s

Special notice: The best of British theatre appear in this season of rare Pinter plays. With much socio-political relevance today, fans of Pinter and modern theatre won’t want to pass on this season.

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Latest Audience Reviews

I really enjoyed, the room and Victoria station but family voices was very strange. Jane Horrock... More

susanclements 26 Jan 2019

I really enjoyed, the room and Victoria station but family voices was very strange. Jane Horrocks and Rupert graves were excellent supported by a good cast.

susanclements 26 Jan 2019

Another bizarre/bonkers Pinter play but im enjoying these better than his longer shows. This is 3... More

barrythompson1 Top 200 reviewer04 Jan 2019

Another bizarre/bonkers Pinter play but im enjoying these better than his longer shows. This is 3 plays 2 of which star the wonderful Horrocks. Victoria station is the funniest of the 3. the room was quite dark and Family voices oddly moving

barrythompson1 Top 200 reviewer04 Jan 2019

This show consisted of 3 plays. The second, Victoria Station, was outstandingly brilliant. Typica... More

emilygami Top 50 reviewer02 Feb 2019

This show consisted of 3 plays. The second, Victoria Station, was outstandingly brilliant. Typical of Pinter's dark humour it was both funny and sinister and brilliantly acted by Rupert Graves and Colin McFarlane. Family Voices was passable enough to keep me entertained but lacked the usual Pinter suspense, and The Room felt a bit like a poor early draft on another (brilliant) Pinter Play 'The Birthday Party.' Yes it had some humour and yes it was definitely sinister but my overriding feeling is sadly one of irritation at the characters. I honesty, I think they got the casting wrong here which changed the play completely.

emilygami Top 50 reviewer02 Feb 2019

As with most Pinter plays, this was difficult to work out, in particular 'The Room'. There was a... More

joc78 Top 10 reviewer15 Jan 2019

As with most Pinter plays, this was difficult to work out, in particular 'The Room'. There was a Q and A with the cast afterwards and they also struggled to decipher the actual meaning of each short play but agreed that's probably what Pinter wanted when he wrote them. The acting was of a great standard by all cast members. Just don't expect to fully understand what it is you are seeing!

joc78 Top 10 reviewer15 Jan 2019
nataliaivlikova 24 Jan 2019

Fantastic performances.

Britgoddess 01 Jan 2019
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