Written by Harold Pinter
Directed by Lachlan Bray
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A re-imagining of the absurdist Pinter classic. Two hitmen wait for their next assignment in a dingy basement. The play touches on life, death, authority, religion but is mainly concerned with tea, biscuits and an Eccles cake.
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