NEWS: Hampstead Theatre reopens for a limited period with Alice Hamilton’s 60th Anniversary Production of  Pinter’s play The Dumb Waiter
Hampstead Theatre (Photo: Daisy Hutchison)

NEWS: Hampstead Theatre reopens for a limited period with Alice Hamilton’s 60th Anniversary Production of Pinter’s play The Dumb Waiter

Hampstead Theatre re-opens with iconic Pinter Play With Covid security measures in place and socially distanced seats, the air in the auditorium will be changed with outside air every 4…

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REVIEW: The Dumb Waiter, Trafalgar Studios One (2007)
Jason Isaacs as Ben and Lee Evans as Gus (Photo: Johan Persson)

REVIEW: The Dumb Waiter, Trafalgar Studios One (2007)

Revived half a century after it was written, Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter was actually first staged in Germany. It wasn’t until 1960 that it was seen in Pinter’s home country at the Hampstead Theatre where it formed a twin bill with The Room. Since then it has been regularly revived in the theatre and filmed and televised and performed internationally. Two quite amazing actors come together to play the parts of Ben and Gus, the enigmatic pair who find themselves waiting for something we can never be sure about, but which we suspect they do.

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