An Evening of Harold Pinter

Regular 1812 performers Charlie Bailey and Joe Coughlan are directed by David Powley in two mysterious and suspenseful plays by Harold Pinter. In The Dumb Waiter, two hit-men – Gus and Ben – bicker in a basement while they wait for their mark to arrive. Victoria Station is made up of radio dialogue between a taxi controller and a driver who refuses to do as he’s told, and claims never to have heard of Victoria Station. The railway theme of this second play will be complimented by additional material written and performed by Paul Judge and Jean Sheridan.

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