Pinter 3: Landscape/A Kind of Alaska/Monologue Tickets
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Pinter 3: Landscape/A Kind of Alaska/ Monologue tickets are now available for The Pinter at the Pinter season.
Landscape and A Kind of Alaska, directed by Jamie Lloyd, are spellbinding evocations of loneliness, isolation and the strange mists of time.
Landscape is a minimalist marvel: a woman is locked in a beautiful memory and her husband demands to be heard. In A Kind of Alaska, Deborah awakes from a twenty-nine-year sleep and is suspended between the conscious and unconscious worlds.
Lee Evans will perform the poignant Monologue and a selection of Pinter’s most hilarious comedy sketches, including the sketch Apart From That, with Meera Syal.
In addition, long-term Pinter collaborator Penelope Wilton (Downton Abbey) will make 12 special guest appearances to perform the witty monologue Tess - written specifically for her by Pinter - from the 19th November.
Cast includes Keith Allen, Tom Edden, Lee Evans, Tamsin Greig, Meera Syal and -- at select performances-- Penelope Wilton.
Do not miss your chance to see the Pinter 3. Book your Pinter 3: Landscape/A Kind of Alaska/Monologue tickets to Pinter at the Pinter now to ensure the best seats at the best prices.
The Pinter at the Pinter Season consists of 7 different productions, make sure you have tickets to all of the others as well!
Pinter 1: One For The Road/New World Order/Mountain Language/Ashes to Ashes
Pinter 2: The Lover/The Collection
Pinter 4: Moonlight/Night School
Pinter 5: The Room/Victoria Station/Family Voices
Pinter 6: Party Time/Celebration
Pinter 7: A Slight Ache/The Dumb Waiter
Also coming to the Pinter at the Pinter season is Betrayal starring Tom Hiddleston!
vicki goodwin10th December
excellent acting and sets
Angela Diamond8th December
I thought that this was a very moving collection of thought provoking plays, complemented by the well placed occasional amusing monologue and scene. Tamsin Greig was superlative. I have always known she was a very gifted actor but in the two pieces in which she performed she was astonishing - her sensitivity of touch and range of accents and emotions was breathtaking. The production itself was well thought out with good links from one piece to the next.
MRS KAYLIEGH HUGHES8th December
Play was interesting and funny, Lee Evans was the star of the show for me, seats are extremely uncomfortable though and bar prices are very high, around £4 for a soft drinks bottle, but bar staff are lovely.
Brilliant and poignant, sad and funny in equal measure
fabuloua thoughtful show magnificently acted
Bill Rodwell4th December
I attended a performance of Pinter3 last night. I was particularly looking forward to seeing Tamsin Greig in A Kind of Alaska. Unfortunately, quite a chunk of dialogue was inaudible in the Balcony. In general, I much enjoyed the other playlets, particularly those which featured Lee Evans.
Howard Piper4th December
Seat next to wall was not advertised as restricted view, which it was. Over sold as comedic three plays, mostly a very unfunny turgid piece about a girl who slept for 29 years - awful Wine grossly overpriced
A great selection of Pinter pieces, ranging from the poignant to the (proto-)Pythonesque. Tamsin Greig was outstanding, as ever, but strong performances all round. A really satisfying evening.
Christine Hinde2nd December
It was excellent, a superb cast, especially Lee Evans and Tamsin Grieg. A Kind of Alaska was very moving. As good as I expected.
Niki Ewen2nd December
Great show with a fantastic cast. Only issue was an extremely tall person sat in front of my friend who entirely blocked her view - she had to sit on the stairs.
Patrick Tucker2nd December
The plays are the big disappointment. Technically and artistically proficient and pleasing, but a lot of effort for what? White print in programme impossible to read
Gary Barrett1st December
A very good display of professional acting by all. And some great moves byLee Evans