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Cinema Nouveau screens National Theatre Live’s broadcast of Harold Pinter’s classic play No Man’s Land

The first broadcast of 2017 from National Theatre Live to be screened at Cinema Nouveau is Harold Pinter’s classic play No Man’s Land, starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart and directed by Sean Mathias. 668 more words

Excellent acting in Pinter classic

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BY BILLY SUTER

SOME have interpreted it as a haunting ghost story, while others have labelled it as an ode to ageing, reflection, legacy or dementia. 671 more words

Cinema

Did you know Harold Pinter wrote a pantomime starring Michael Caine...?

Well, of course he didn’t…

But this was the premise for a sketch that I filmed with some old friends a couple of years ago. Friends that I was writing comedy sketches with back when I was a teenager.  393 more words

Writing

No Man's Square

As well as being ridiculously accessible, I love National Theatre Live because of its introductions. Handy when the cinema doesn’t print those programme things anymore. A brief explanation of the themes of the play. 371 more words

Theatre

No Man's Land, Directed by Sean Mathias 06/01/17

Firstly I have never watched any of Harold Pinter’s plays. Read his work yes but never watched it staged. I have always wanted to watch a play of his bought to life. 354 more words

Reflection

Silly Mid On

Harold Pinter, No Man’s Land (National Theatre Encore)

I suspect I’ve seen more films with Pinter scripts than plays — there was a baffling Dumb Waiter at school, a sweary Mountain Language on tv and probably a BBC Two The Birthday Party when they still did plays. 741 more words

Rogue Male (1977)

Let’s not focus on comparing this Peter O’Toole starring effort with that of the earlier version from Fritz Lang featuring Walter Pidgeon in 1941’s Man Hunt. 774 more words

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