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Between Mouthfuls

One for the Road
by Harold Pinter

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 A B O U T


Pinter’s award-winning study of political torture was premiered at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith in 1984. It’s a frightening look into an unnamed police state where freedom of speech, and of thought, is forbidden.

“It is a disturbing and brilliantly controlled little masterpiece of a play,”
Spectator

“… dialogue that rings like a hammer blow.”
The Guardian

“… you would be hard put to encounter a more potent indictment of human corruption through total power.”
Daily Mail

Please note; this production contains strong language.

 W H E R E   &   W H E N   &   H O W   M U C H

at the Welsh Church Hall

£6 adults
£3 concessions

advance booking only
Online booking subject to a transaction fee

Thu 21 February 2008, 8pm
Fri 22 February 2008, 8pm
Sat 23 February 2008, 3 and 8pm

ONE FOR THE ROAD
at the Waltham Forest Theatre
The Waltham Forest Festival

Sat 15 March 2008
N.B. This is a new date for this production

C A S T

Nicolas

Vaughan Prosser

Victor

Jim Killeen

Gila

Sacha Walker

Voice of Nicky

Louie Furne

 P R O D U C T I O N   T E A M

Director

Cathy Love

Lighting

Emerson Povey

Sound

Richard Penney

Audio assistance

Peter Raggett

FOH Manager

Simon Wilson

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 A W A R D S

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