Harold Pinter (1930-2008)
With the sad news of the death of one of British theatre's most iconic figures, Harold Pinter, we take a look back at a career that has embraced performance, stage and screen writing and political activism
Time Out's tribute to Harold Pinter
Harold Pinter died on Christmas Eve after a long illness. We pay tribute to his remarkable legacy.
Interview: October 2007
Time Out's Film editor Dave Calhoun interviews Harold Pinter just before the release of 'Sleuth' which Pinter adapted for the screen.
Pinter on stage
Time Out's Theatre editor Jane Edwardes celebrates Pinter's colossal stage career.
Interview: June 2006
Pinter discusses stagecraft, performing Samuel Beckett's 'Krapp's Last Tape' and the perils of 'directors' theatre'.
Review: 'No Man's Land'
With Michael Gambon and David Walliams. Playing at the Duke Of York's Theatre until Jan 3.
Review: 'Krapp's Last Tape'
Pinter's last performance on stage, at the Royal Court Theatre in autumn 2006.
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