Lloyd Evans Lloyd Evans

Second thoughts | 11 October 2018

Plus: a stylish and intelligent new play about Alzheimer’s with a swizz of an ending at the Park Theatre

Pinter Two, the second leg of the Pinter season, offers us a pair of one-act comedies. The Lover is a surreal pastiche of married life. A suburban housewife has a paramour who visits her daily while her husband is at work. The husband knows of his rival and discusses his wife’s infidelity as if it were a normal aspect of marriage.

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