No Man’s Land – Oldham Coliseum

Harold Pinter's No Man's Land is a play in which not very much happens. There's no action, nor an exciting narrative. It is just characters talking and drinking. A lot. Deliberately ambiguous, you never really get to know any of the characters, and Pinter's dialogue is complex; packed full of metaphoric imagery. This is not an easy... Continue Reading →

“It was once the promised land and I was King”. An Interview With Jeremy Goldstein About His New Play ‘Spider Love’.

In 1947, Harold Pinter formed the Hackney Gang with five childhood friends, including Mick Goldstein and Henry Woolf. The three remained friends for sixty years, and the experiences of the gang were immortalised in literature when Pinter wrote his only novel, The Dwarfs. Harold based the central character, Len, on Mick. Goldstein responded by writing... Continue Reading →

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