I've got my tickets booked. So excited! Can relax now and try not to wish my time away.
I thought the documentary was intriguing - especially how you see actors rehearse Pinter's work as he's watching and giving them advice. Incidentally, they don't really mention Betrayal in the documentary, so it is completely spoiler-free. I'm really happy I watched this because it has given me a lot of anticipation for this production of Betrayal - to see how it is performed. Looking forward to see how the dramatic pauses are interpreted - or 'the curse of Pinter' according to Pinter's wife... LOL
I notice (from the Sheffield Theatres website) that full casting for Betrayal will be announced in the new year, so hopefully not long before we have more news on that. It will be interesting to see who John's co-stars are.
Ooooh, not long til Betrayal either.....not actually got my tickets yet; students are still paying for theirs and I don't get mine til they've sorted themselves out cos we've booked through school.........
;D Possibly this belongs in the tweets thread, but thought you might all like to know that John has just RT'd (Re-tweeted) a Pinter quote... O won't quote it here in case its from Betrayal as I know some of you are avoiding spoilers, but I couldn't resist mentioning it!