A The Print Room / Young Vic production
ONE FOR THE ROAD / VICTORIA STATION
by Harold Pinter
13 September - 1 October
One for the Road: Each member of Victor's family is held in a separate room. Prisoners of the sadistic Nicolas and at the mercy of a brutal government, they are only metres apart but completely alone. As husband, wife and seven year old son are interrogated one by one, all they can cling on to is their innocence. 40 minutes of terror. One for the Road is a mini masterpiece - Pinter's famously compelling study of the horrors of dictatorship.
A minicab controller is in a rage with one of his drivers. He is outraged that his orders are being ignored - but the driver is distracted by something mysterious and far more worrying.
Victoria Station is an acclaimed black comedy complete in 10 minutes.
Direction - Jeff James
Design - Alex Lowde
Lighting Design - Mischa Twitchin
Sound Design - David McSeveney
Cast: Tom Capodici, Kevin Doyle, Keith Dunphy, Anna Hewson, Rory Fraser
Tickets: £15 / £12 conc
Buy tickets online or call 08444 77 1000 / 020 7221 6036
** Performances on Thurs 22 and Fri 23 are now SOLD OUT.
** Strictly no latecomers will be admitted to the auditorium once the performance has begun.
** This production will be transferring to the Clare Theatre at the Young Vic from 6 - 15 October.
13 September - 1 October, 7.30pm
Matinees: Sat 24 Sept & Sat 1 Oct, 3.30pm
"Director Jeff James matches Harold Pinter's eye for mystery and intricacy... exquisite" **** Time Out
Neighbours Night: Wednesday 14 September, call us on 020 7221 6036 for details
Press Night: Friday 16 September
Post show discussion: Thursday 22 September - Join us for a one off event with historian Lady Antonia Fraser, the wife of the late Harold Pinter, and author of 'Must You Go: My Life with Harold Pinter'. She will be talking about her book, his plays, and her life with the Nobel prize-winning playwright.
Post show Q&A: Monday 26 September - Join the cast, and director Jeff James after the show to learn more about how the production was put together.
Admission is free for ticket holders. Book early to avoid disappointment.