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The Birthday Party - Pinter

Toby Jones

Stephen Rea

Henry Goodman

Maggie Steed

Producer/director Gary Brown for Radio 3 Drama

If a radio drama can sometimes rise or fall according to the quality of its cast then this version of Pinter’s is simply triumphant. 98 more words

Radio Drama

Ballard's Cinema: Notes for a Retrospective - Track 12 (Joseph Losey 1967)

Frustrated at repeatedly missing out on the chance to film one of Ballard’s novels, Stanley Baker optioned a number of his short stories through his production company Oakhurst Productions, including ‘Track 12’ (1958). 202 more words


Mind the gap: an essay on elegant dishonesty

IT’S THE SILENCES and gaps between words and the construction of the unspoken beat in this intriguing Pinter work, that lends it its potency and dramatic verve, but it is this potency mixed with extremely classy performances, an understated set and an unequivocal elegance that gives it the edge that keeps you focused. 451 more words

Robyn Sassen

What writing means to me

Ever since high school, writing has whisked up an electric excitement inside of me. Spelling out individual words letter by letter, listening to the way they sound next to each other, and re-arranging sections of text on the page give me a distinct pleasure.   504 more words



A film like Betrayal is trapped by time, but not in the usual sense of datedness. The love triangle subject, between Jerry (Jeremy Irons) and Emma (Patricia Hodge) the wife of Jerry’s best friend Robert (Ben Kingsley) is about as timeless as any story can be. 445 more words


Review : The Lover by Harold Pinter @ The Alexander Upstairs


Last night #zlotybaby and I decided to be a bit a cultured for our #rinsebeforeuse date night and catch a show at The Alexander Upstairs… 456 more words


A Tribute to OCD and Not 59

Hercule Poirot likes things in a certain way, he prefers square things, even his toasts, I mean each and every piece of bread and also his eggs have to be of same size, eggs!! 848 more words