Pinter's work is written with adults in mind, complicated and intelligent pieces of work that are not suited to children. It's probably best for mature over 16s upwards.
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What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (33%)
New to Pinter but found it very enjoyable. Actors & actresses were all excellent.
Reviewed on 04 February 2019 by Heather, Crumlin, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 27 January 2019 by Gabriela, Walsall, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 19 January 2019 by Judith, Enschede, Netherlands
A highly entertaining and thought provoking show with a superb cast and a stylish set. The boastful bolshiness of the men and the downtrodden, hapless women are amusingly portrayed. Celebration, set in a posh but pretentious restaurant, is the jewel in the crown. All the actors pulled their weight but a personal favourite Abraham Popoola playing the waiter who brings some pseudo- intellectual depth to the proceedings. This performance is a treasure and a relief from the dreary national events that are consuming our lives at present. Not to be missed.
Reviewed on 17 January 2019 by Ciaran, Wanstead, United Kingdom
Party Time and Celebration were two short one act plays presented together. I believe they were written years apart, but one really could have been melded into the other. You have to like Pinter to like these performances. As great as the acting was, for me it did not compensate for the unfinished feel of Pinter’s plays. Each one felt that the story was so incomplete that a message never surfaced. However, if you like Pinter’s style, then this is for you.
Reviewed on 06 January 2019 by Louis, Arlington, United States Of America
Reviewed on 03 January 2019 by Dilek, London, United Kingdom
by Lara Alier | Wednesday, January 2 2019, 15:52
Where is Jimmy? Says one of the actors. Yes, I think to myself: where is Jimmy? Or better yet, who is Jimmy? Suddenly, I realize the play started 20 minutes ago, and I still have no clue what is really going on. I decide to disentangle the play by it by going step by step, from beginning.Review: PINTER 6 at the Harold Pinter Theatre