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Tamsin Greig and Meera Syal in rehearsals for Pinter Three (Photo: Marc Brenner)

Lee Evans, Tamsin Greig & more stars rehearse Pinter Three

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson Published 9 October 2018

The star-studded casts keep on coming in the Pinter At The Pinter season. And now it’s the turn of Pinter Three, a collection of one-act plays and sketches performed by Keith Allen, Lee Evans, Tamsin Greig, Tom Edden and Meera Syal.

The shows and sketches in question? Landscape, A Kind Of Alaska, Monologue and Apart From That – a collection of evocations of loneliness, isolation and the sands of the time…

And everybody seems to be having a great time in the rehearsal room, as you can see in photographer Marc Brenner’s snaps below.

Lee Evans in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Lee Evans in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Meera Syal in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Meera Syal in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Tamsin Greig, Meera Syal and Keith Allen in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Tamsin Greig, Meera Syal and Keith Allen in rehearsals for Pinter Three

From 19 November, close friend and long-term Pinter collaborator Penelope Wilton will make 12 special guest appearances in Pinter Three, performing the witty monologue Tess, written for her by Pinter.

Pinter At The Pinter is a unique event featuring all twenty short plays written by the greatest British playwright of the 20th Century. They have never been performed together in a season of this kind.

Lee Evans in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Lee Evans in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Tom Edden in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Tom Edden in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Keith Allen in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Keith Allen in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Tamsin Greig in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Tamsin Greig in rehearsals for Pinter Three

Find out more about Harold Pinter’s life and career here.

 

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