Dublin Theatre Festival

Gate Theatre


by Harold Pinter

Venue Gate Theatre
Duration 1hr

Directed by Wayne Jordan
Set Design by Eileen Diss
Costume Design by Joan O'Clery
Lighting Design by Mick Hughes
Cast includes Nigel Harman

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The Gate Theatre, in association with Ulster Bank Dublin theatre Festival presents an exciting season of plays by three towering figures of twentieth century theatre - Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter and David Mamet.

Don't miss this unique celebration of three iconic wordsmiths who, united in their commitment to the priority of language, became the heart of a new wave of writing which shaped and inspired generations, presenting us with some of the most important works of modern times.

Celebration is Harold Pinter’s perfectly orchestrated black comedy. Heaving with dark humour and wicked satire, it follows two groups of diners at a London restaurant following a night at the theatre. Razor-sharp dialogue, playful anarchy and a few shocking twists make this celebration one they won’t forget.

To mark what would have been Pinter's eightieth birthday, the Gate will present a public interview with Lady Anontia Fraser and the Gate's director Michael Colgan. Please see Special Events for further information.

As part of The Relish of Language season at the Festival including Endgame and Watt by Beckett and Mamet's Boston Marraige.

TALKING THEATRE: Michael Colgan in conversation with Lady Antonia Fraser. Oct 10, 4pm. 

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