The Pinter at The Pinter season culminates with two unmissable comedies that explore the political machinations of the powerful and the powerless.
When a mysterious figure enters their elegant country home, the lives of Flora and Edward are changed forever.
Gus and Ben, two hit-men, await their next job in a derelict building - but what is the cost of their quest for meaning?
A Slight Ache and The Dumb Waiter, both written in the late 1950s, are directed by Jamie Lloyd.
Dyer and Freeman excel as gunmen in The Dumb Waiter and Jamie Lloyd’s staging of A Slight Ache, with John Heffernan and Gemma Whelan, is a revelation
Danny Dyer and Martin Freeman play Fifties hitmen discussing the finer points of racing, eccles cakes and Smith’s crisps
Trapped in a basement with Danny Dyer and Martin Freeman
Strongly performed, if underpowered, double bill of Pinter's early plays of paranoia
The short plays emphasise that and Lloyd deserves huge praise and acclaim for bringing them together in a season that has been both a treat and a revelation
Short play season concludes with skill and conviction in bleak double bill
It's hard to credit the profusion of top talent that has been involved in this project over the past six months
An enjoyable Danny Dyer helps Jamie Lloyd’s Pinter at the Pinter season go out on a high
Martin Freeman and Danny Dyer kill it as Pinter hitmen
The Dumb Waiter is superbly performed and, at many points, snort-like-a-horse funny