Somebody’s days are numbered. Locked in a windowless basement, two hit-men are awaiting their victim. Talking football, reading the paper, just passing the time till the kill… The minutes slip by, then suddenly the dumb waiter whirs into action. Pinter’s blackly comic masterpiece has inspired the works of Quentin Tarantino and Martin McDonagh. Now see the taut, atmospheric original in all its grubby glory.
“Absorbing and gripping from start to finish … There have been many, various interpretations of The Dumb Waiter … What Dippermouth has managed to provide is a play which will keep you on the edge of your seat, and send you out into the night thinking and questioning.”
“An hour that is always absorbing and engaging … Strong characterisation and storytelling add up to a memorable evening in the theatre. Highly recommended.”
“A treat … the acting was fantastic and there was brilliant chemistry between Gus (Quentin Beroud) and Ben (Adam Drew) … I’d recommend seeing this play performed by such a brilliant company.”
A not-for-profit production by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.