Pinter Five Tickets

Pinter Five Tickets

Pinter Five: What to expect - 1
Pinter Five Tickets

About Pinter Five

Harold Pinter’s first play, The Room, features in a triple-bill directed by Pinter’s colleague and friend, Patrick Marber. An all-too-familiar and frighteningly topical brand of English xenophobia runs through this darkly funny and unexpectedly odd play from 1957. In the hilarious Victoria Station and the reflective Family Voices, isolated voices attempt to communicate, but can we ever truly express the depths of our feeling?

Cast includes Rupert Graves, Jane Horrocks, Emma Naomi, Nicholas Woodesen.

Free Q&A with members of the Company: Mon 14 January 2019

Run time


Start date

13th December, 2018

End date

26th January, 2019


Pinter Five cast and creative team

By: Harold Pinter
Director: Patrick Marber
Cast list: Rupert Graves, Jane Horrocks, Emma Naomi, Nicholas Woodesen, Luke Thallon


6 Panton Street, London, United Kingdom, SW1Y 4DN


Location: West End
Railway station: Charing Cross
Bus numbers: (Haymarket) 3, 6, 12, 13, 19, 23, 38, 88, 139; (Piccadilly Circus) 14, 22, 94
Night bus numbers: (Haymarket) 6, 12, 23, 139, 88, N3, N13, N18, N19, N38, N97, N136, N550, N551; (Piccadilly Circus) 14, 94, N22
Car park: Leicester Square, Whitcomb Street (1min)
Directions from tube: (3mins) Take Coventry Street up to Oxendon Road; the theatre is 100 metres along on the right.

More information about Pinter Five

The fifth offering from the Pinter at the Pinter season is a triple bill showcasing the playwright’s mastery over enticingly enigmatic dialogue. The trio of plays are directed by Patrick Marber, an old friend and collaborator of Pinter himself.

In Pinter’s first play “The Room,” a wife cooks a meal for her husband in the damp basement space they’re renting, constantly moving and chatting while he sits in silence. With anxiety already mounting, the tension only builds further with the introduction of a series of visitors, ultimately ending in a violent confrontation between time and memory.

The latter two plays “Family Voices” and “Victoria Station” are filled with darkly comic Pinter vibes. “Family Voices” reveals the complicated relationship between a mother and son grieving their late husband/father through a series of letters, eventually descending into the absurd. And the final play, “Victoria Station,” is a brief but perfect encapsulation of Pinter’s notorious style, “comedy of menace.”

Performed in honour of the 10th anniversary of the esteemed playwright’s death, Pinter at the Pinter is an unprecedented year-long series produced by the Jamie Lloyd Company.


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