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Chance to see Pinter plays on stage

PUBLISHED: 16:26 18 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:47 08 July 2010

THERE are two more chances over Easter to see captivating work by Nobel Prize-winning author and playwright Harold Pinter.

Westacre River Studios are saluting his achievements over the past half-century by launching an occasional series featuring some of his classic one-act plays.

THERE are two more chances over Easter to see captivating work by Nobel Prize-winning author and playwright Harold Pinter.

Westacre River Studios are saluting his achievements over the past half-century by launching an occasional series featuring some of his classic one-act plays.

In the first Pint-sized Pinter double-bill, continuing on Friday and ending on Saturday (7.30pm), Issy Huckle and Andy Naylor perform Ashes to Ashes, a 1995 work featuring some familiar Pinteresque ingredients: mystery mixed in with touches of humour and menace.

Then Richard Morgan and Simon Wakefield turn the clock back to 1960 and The Dumb Waiter, a darkly-comic study of two hit-men awaiting their next assignment in a dingy Birmingham basement.

Tickets are £12, or £6 for those aged 18 and under. The previous performances have played to packed houses, but you can check remaining seat availability by calling the box office on 01760 755800.

Westacre Studios are a few miles off the A1065 Swaffham to Fakenham road at West Acre.


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