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By W. Baker

ISBN-10: 0230278450

ISBN-13: 9780230278455

This new quantity within the Author Chronologies sequence strains the day-by-day actions of the Nobel Prize successful writer and playwright Harold Pinter [1930-2008]. It is dependent upon released and unpublished fabrics and dialogue along with his shut neighbors, and is the main targeted chronological account of Pinter to seem up to now. As such, it will impression destiny scholarship and feedback, and is a useful reference instrument for all Pinter scholars and scholars.

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29 (Thur) Father’s 60th birthday. April 10 (Tue) SA British Acting Edition. 7). June 18 (Mon) Co opens at the Aldwych Theatre (Ald), directed for the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) by Peter Hall (PH) and HP. 21 (Thur) Peter Lewis interview Time and Tide, 16–17. 29 (Fri) On Wednesday Magazine programme, BBC TV (BR: G10, K5). July 22 (Sun) 23 (Mon) At University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Campus, Guthrie Theater. DW first American production. ‘Pinterview’ (Newsweek, 60: 69; BR: G11). August 2 (Thur) Laurence Olivier (LO) asks HP whether he is interested in writing a play for the Chichester Festival the next year.

Nets, then with his parents to E matinee. Paris, sees BB and OT. Rome with JL. London. Donmar Warehouse, runs through OT for subsequent New York production. 4:30pm Writers Guild meeting Churchill Hotel. Then OT rehearsal. 8:30pm South African writers meeting. Cricket. Dimitri de Grunwald. 2:30pm OT rehearsal then to E. Norwich Royal Command Performance of GB. November 1 (Mon) 3 (Wed) 4 (Thur) 6 (Sat) 8 (Mon) 9–16 (Tue–Tue) 16 (Tue) 17 (Wed) 19 (Fri) 22 (Mon) 24 (Wed) 26 (Fri) 27 (Sat) Harley Street clinic, medical consultation.

Spring, early summer Writes A Night Out for radio (BR: W13). Summer ‘The Examination’ (Prospect, 21–5; BR: D1a). 10 A Harold Pinter Chronology July 15 (Wed) Trouble in the Works and The Black and White (rewritten as sketch) premiered within MC’s revue, One to Another, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith (BR: W11). SA broadcast, 3P, directed by Donald McWhinnie. 29 (Wed) September 23 (Wed) Request Stop, Last to Go and Special Offer premiered within MC’s revue, Pieces of Eight, Apollo Theatre (BR: W11). November 16 (Mon) Interview (Times, 4; BR: G1).

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