Landscape / A Kind of Alaska
The Pinter at the Pinter season continues with a pair of plays that probe isolation and loneliness. Landscape is a minimalist and pertinent piece written early on in Pinter's career. It sees a woman locked in the grips of a magnificent memory while her husband attempts vainly to reach her. A Kind of Alaska, a later play, introduces us to a woman upon her waking from a 29-year sleep. A glittering cast line-up includes Tamsin Greig, Keith Allen, Meera Syal and Lee Evans. The third production in the season honouring the late great playwright, Landscape / A Kind of Alaska runs at the Harold Pinter Theatre from October to December 2018.
The West End’s longest-running production The Mousetrap continues to thrill audiences at London’s St Martin’s Theatre. One of Agatha Christie’s most famous “whodunnits”, the play takes place at the mysterious Monkswell Manor, and sees guests arrive to the horrifying news of multiple murders. Combining comedy and crime, the murder mystery sees each character fall under suspicion when the detective arrives. But who did it? That’s the West End’s biggest and best-kept secret.
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