Five Facts: Death and the Maiden

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Five Facts: Death and the Maiden

Death and the Maiden opened yesterday in the newly named Harold Pinter Theatre. The Stage tells us that Harold Pinter attended an early reading of Death and the Maiden at the ICA in 1990.... [More]

Five Fast Facts - Death and the Maiden

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Five Fast Facts - Death and the Maiden

ATG has announced that it will rename the Comedy Theatre after playwright Harold Pinter. Pinter’s had seven plays performed in the theatre, most recently Betrayal starring Kristin Scott-Thomas. The theatre will be renamed when its new production, the play Death and the Maiden opens next month. Thandie Newton will take on the lead in this play by Ariel Dorfman about Paulina, an ex- political prisoner who years later thinks she recognises her captor. [More]

Celebrities in London's West End

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Celebrities in London's West End

Jude Law wows critics with his role in Anna Christie and Trevor Nunn’s The Tempest brings Ralph Fiennes to the West End next week. London West End theatre shows have seen many screen-actors make the switch to stage acting. Keira Knightley in The Children’s Hour, Matthew Fox and Olivia Williams in In A Forest Dark and Deep and more recently Kristin Scott in Betrayal. Here is a list of who, you can see in what, when and where! [More]

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