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Bath University Student Theatre Presents

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By Harold Pinter

Three of Harold Pinter's greatest One Act plays performed together in one evening.
A Kind of Alaska - After thirty years in a comatose state, Deborah awakes from her "sleeping sickness" with a mind still that of a sixteen-year-old. She must confront a body which seems to have aged without her prior knowledge or consent
Victoria Station - A radio dialogue between a minicab controller and a driver who is stopped by the side of "a dark park", supposedly waiting further instructions. Lasting fewer than ten minutes, the play's tone is a classic example of Pinter's "Comedy of Menace".
One for the Road - Considered to be Pinter's statement on human rights, the short play follows Victor and his family as they are psychologically tormented by Nicolas, their captor and only point of contact.
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Venue: The Museum of Bath at Work

Performances

Friday 9th June

Price: £8/ £5 Concs
Doors open: 19:45  
Start time: 20:00  
Extra info: Recommended Age: 15+
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Venue access: Wheelchair users will require assistance

Saturday 10th June

Price: £8/ £5 Concs
Doors open: 19:45  
Start time: 20:00  
Extra info: Recommended Age: 15+
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Venue access: Wheelchair users will require assistance

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