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   Features  >  LATEST LONDON NEWS

at the Duke of York's

Published July 9 2008

  Michael Gambon,David Bradly,David Walliams & Nick Dunning

Award winning director Rupert Goold is to helm a revival of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land starring Michael Gambon, David Bradley, television comedy actor David Walliams and Nick Dunning.

The production will transfer from the Gate Theatre, Dublin to the West End''s Duke of York's Theatre on Sept. 27.

No Man's Land received its world premiere in 1975 in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic, with Peter Hall directing Michael Feast, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson and Terence Rigby.

In 1992, Pinter played Hirst in the Almeida Theatre production, directed by David Leveaux, and in 2001 the author directed his own play for the National Theatre with Danny Dyer, Corin Redgrave, Andy de la Tour and John Wood. In Goold's production Gambon plays Hirst, the role originated by Ralph Richardson, with Bradley playing Spooner who attempts to infiltrate Hirst's curtained, Hampstead world which is guarded by two threatening attendants, played by Walliams and Dunning.

Goold won a Best Director Olivier award for his production of Macbeth starring Patrick Stewart, while Gambon has previously appeared in Pinter's Betrayal, Mountain Language and The Caretaker, as well as playing Lambert in a 2005 staged reading of Celebration at London's Albery as part of the Gate Theatre, Dublin's celebration of Pinter's 75th birthday.

The London run of No Man's Land is co-produced by Sonia Friedman and Michael Colgan, Director of the Gate Theatre, Dublin.

For more information of No Man&amprsquos Land call (0) 870 060 6623


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