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Exeter Northcott Theatre returns to producing with Harold Pinter’s Betrayal

Exeter Northcott Theatre is proud to present artistic and executive director Paul Jepson’s directorial debut for the theatre with a new adaptation of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal. The production is also Exeter Northcott Theatre’s first full in-house production in six years.

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The Dumb Waiter at The Bike Shed Theatre: relentless escalating tension and commanding performances

Dumb Waiter at The Bike Shed Theatre

Despite having studied English Literature at university, I have never read a Pinter play. Nor have I, before last night at least, seen one performed: shameful I know, but there it is. So it was to my great delight and educational advancement that I was invited to attend The Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter’s new production of Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter.

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