The Bardic Theatre present two short plays by Harold Pinter.
In 'One for the Road', perhaps Pinter's most terrifying play, Victor, an intellectual, his wife Gila and their son, are interrogated by a Government Official, a Grand Inquisitor determined to protect the state from dissent. But is there a personal motive in the background? Will 'Right' triumph over 'Might'? Who will be the 'Victor'?
‘A short masterpiece....30 minutes of sheer terror’ The Guardian
'A Kind of Alaska’ tells the story of Deborah, who has been in a completely comatose state for 29 years. When she awakes her mind is still that of a 16 year old. Based on a true story ‘A Kind Of Alaska' will leave you spellbound.
‘A rare chance to witness Pinter at his best’ The Independent
This event takes place in our Studio Theatre with an unreserved, tiered seating layout.
Please note that there is a £1 per ticket booking fee for tickets purchased online.