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Theatre

One masterpiece, one dud and one interesting rediscovery: Pinter Five reviewed

19 January 2019

9:00 AM

19 January 2019

9:00 AM

One masterpiece, one dud, and one interesting rediscovery. That’s Pinter Five. Victoria Station is a hilarious sketch which might have been turned into TV gold by the Pythons or the Two Ronnies. A radio controller needs a cabbie to collect a fare from Victoria Station, but the only driver available is a charming lunatic whose car is idling near a ‘dark park’.

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