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Pint-sized Pinter show

PUBLISHED: 19:15 04 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:46 08 July 2010

NOBEL Prize-winning author and playwright Harold Pinter has astounded, amazed and confounded audiences around the world with his works for half a century.

NOBEL Prize-winning author and playwright Harold Pinter has astounded, amazed and confounded audiences around the world with his works for half a century.

Now, Westacre River Studios are to salute his achievements by launching an occasional series featuring some of his classic one-act plays.

In the first Pint-sized Pinter double-bill, running on Fridays and Saturdays from March 14-22 (7.30pm), Issy Huckle and Andy Naylor will perform Ashes to Ashes, a 1996 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.

Tickets are £12, or £6 for those aged 18 and under, available by calling 01760 755800.

Westacre Studios are a few miles north of Swaffham at West Acre.


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