No Man's Land
In Harold Pinter's tragicomic gem, two ageing writers, Hirst and Spooner, meet in a Hampstead pub and return to Hirst’s stately house nearby for a late-night session of witty banter, disturbing power games and the worship of alcohol.
The evening is further complicated by the return of two sinister younger men: Hirst's henchmen, Briggs and Foster. This unique and haunting play is part mystery drama, part homage to the ghosts of the past and the fiction of memory.
Lighted Fools Theatre Company makes its twelfth visit to the Mill Studio following recent productions of Tim Whitnall’s Morecambe, Mark Hayhurst’s Taken at Midnight and Ernest Thompson’s On Golden Pond.
“Pinter’s No Man’s Land is both desolate and funny” THE GUARDIAN
Presented by Lighted Fools Theatre Company
By Harold Pinter
Directed by David Hemsley-Brown
With Steve Alais, Richard Parish, David Webb and Nick Lund
Contains strong language which some may find offensive.
This amateur production of No Man’s Land is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD.