19 November, 2019
by Harold Pinter
arranged by Will Fihn-Ramsay
Two short plays by Harold Pinter.
Victoria Station - Driver 274 is parked somewhere. With someone. We don't know who. His taxi-controller wants him to go to Victoria Station for a well-paying job. He doesn't know where it is. He doesn't really seem to know who he is. But he might be in love.
A Slight Ache - A delightful play set in the sleepy English countryside. The play deals with romance and dread of the 'Other' - as embodied by a door-to-door matchseller.