Run extended due to popular demand. Tickets going fast...
Marking the 10th anniversary of his death, The Norwich Players present a double bill of one-act plays about memory and the mind by Harold Pinter.
Landscape: At one end of a long table sits Beth. At the other end sits Duff. Between them is an uneasy join. Beth talks of tenderness and rapture; he talks of beer and violence. Duff talks of infidelity; she talks of love. Are they husband and wife? Are their memories real? Are they even in the same room?
A Kind of Alaska: As a result of new medication, a middle-aged woman wakes up in a coma having been asleep for thirty years. In the room with her are two people claiming to be her doctor and her sister. Yet can she really know them and do they truly know her?
Free post-show Q&A with the director and members of the cast on Wednesday 19 September.
Approximate running time 1hr 35mins including interval
Suitable for ages 11+
Please note: this event will take place in the Emmerson Studio where capacity is limited; please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Due to the intimacy of the performance space, latecomers will not be admitted and re-entry in the advent of leaving the auditorium will not be permitted whilst the performance is ongoing.
This is an amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French.