About No Man's Land
Playful Productions have confirmed a West End run for Harold Pinter's No Man's Land starring Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan. The pair are reprising their roles after previously starring in No Man's Land on Broadway.
Further details of the upcoming show to be confirmed.
No Man's Land Reviews (2008 Duke Of York's Production)
* * * * * Time Out
* * * * The Times
* * * * Evening Standard
* * * * Daily Telegraph
* * * * The Independent
* * * * thelondonpaper
* * * * The Guardian
* * * * Financial Times
‘A piece that will haunt and tantalise the memory of all who see it’ - Telegraph
‘If you want to see two actors giving peerless masterclasses then go and watch Michael Gambon and David Bradley stun you in No Man’s Land’ - Daily Mail
‘Gambon is Magnificent’ - The Guardian
‘Bradley is Superb’ - The Times
‘Watching these two great actors play off each other with such panache is a rare privilege and a profound pleasure’ - The Daily Telegraph on Gambon and Bradley
‘Outrageous comedy and disturbing psychological power’ - The Independent
‘Excellent… funny, sinister and weirdly moving’ - Independent
‘Harold Pinter’s tantalizingly poetic play’ - The Guardian
‘Chillingly Good’ - Financial Times
‘You never tire of watching these two great actors, with their lived in faces and their beautiful delivery.’ - Sunday Times
‘You are in no man’s land. Which never moves, which never changes, which never grows older, but which remains forever, icy and silent'
From the pen of one of our greatest living playwrights, comes Nobel Prize laureate Harold Pinter's superb tragicomic gem about two aging writers, Hirst and Spooner. After meeting on Hampstead Heath, they return home for a late-night session of witty banter, sinister power games and the worship of alcohol, watched over by Hirst’s henchmen, Briggs and Foster.
Further NO MAN'S LAND casting for Playful Productions' upcoming West End run starring Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart is to be announced.