Harold Pinter’s blackly comic portrait of corruption and power in an authoritarian state prison is staged by Luxembourg director Anne Simon with an international cast at a yet to be announced location.
This immersive, walk-through interpretation of Pinter’s play promises an atmospheric experience, promising to plunge audience into the heart of the hothouse.
Simon is known for directing political works told on a human scale. This tale of surveillance, challenges to privacy and control has never been so relevant. Performances on 30-31 March, 1-2, 20-24 April at 8pm, and 25 April at 5pm.