Julian Sands in a Celebration of Harold Pinter
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With personal anecdotes and reflections drawn from their work together, Julian Sands combines Pinter's poems and political prose to create a very fresh and intimate insight into the Nobel laureate's literary legacy. ‘Julian Sands does wonders for Harold Pinter’s poetry by reading them as if they were plays, the result is a revelation’ (David Hare), ‘Courageous, moving, and very funny. A totally unexpected and delightful evening’ (Eric Idle), 'Ravishingly romantic' (Annette Bening). Directed by legendary American actor, director and producer John Malkovich.
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A Celebration of Harold Pinter8 Aug 2011
Pinter wonderland manages not to sink beneath the hype
The danger that accompanies any theatre event accompanied by movie star hype is that the piece itself becomes lost under the brouhaha surrounding its presenters. With John Malkovich directing Julian Sands for this piece, that was always the danger, but…
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