No Man’s Land, Wyndham’s Theatre

ian-mckellen-as-spoonerpatrick-stewart-as-hirst-in-no-mans-land-credit-johan-persson-jpgWe are lost in the wood. In the limbo state between dream and reality, memory and present, youth and age, companionship and seclusion, life and death, struggle and success, fame and obscurity. Pinter often visits that place of in between, but the elusive and haunting No Man’s Land – electrifyingly presented by two of our greatest thespians – dwells deep within it.

Read my full theartsdesk review here

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