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The company of Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)

The company of Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)

First look at star-studded Pinter Five and Pinter Six

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson Published 3 January 2019

New Year, new Harold Pinter for you to enjoy. And this time, it’s with the starry casts of Pinter Five and Pinter Six – the former a triple-bill including Pinter’s first play, the latter a cutting satire that chimes with our times.

And with casts which include Rupert Graves, Jane Horrocks, Colin Mcfarlane, Emma Naomi, Luke Thallon and Nicholas Woodeson in Pinter Five – and Ron Cook, Phil Davis, Celia Imrie, Gary Kemp, Katherine Kingsley, Eleanor Matsuura, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Abraham Popoola and John Simm in Pinter Six – these are two evenings full of sublime performers and supreme material.

Marking the 10th anniversary of the revered playwright’s death, Pinter at the Pinter features all Pinter’s short plays, alongside a selection of his poems and sketches.

Take a first look at Marc Brenner‘s first production shots from the shows below… and take advantage of both show’s participation in our New Year Sale.

Pinter Five production shots

Luke Thallon in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Luke Thallon

Rupert Graves in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Rupert Graves

Jane Horrocks in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Jane Horrocks

Luke Thallon and Emma Naomi in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Luke Thallon and Emma Naomi

Colin Mcfarlane in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Colin Mcfarlane

Luke ThallonLuke Thallon

Nicholas Woodeson and Rupert Graves in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Nicholas Woodeson and Rupert Graves

Nicholas Woodeson in Pinter Five (Photo: Marc Brenner)Nicholas Woodeson

Pinter Six production shots

Katherine Kingsley, Gary Kemp and Celia Imrie in Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)Katherine Kingsley, Gary Kemp and Celia Imrie

Eleanor Matsuura in Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)Eleanor Matsuura

Abraham Popoola in Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)Abraham Popoola

Tracy Ann-Oberman in Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)Tracy Ann-Oberman

Ron Cook and Celia Imrie in Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)Ron Cook and Celia Imrie

The company of Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)The company of Pinter Six

Phil Davis in Pinter Six (Photo: Marc Brenner)Phil Davis

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