Harold Pinter famously hated the word ‘Pinteresque’, claiming that he had no idea what it meant. When it comes to discussing his breakthrough 1960 tragicomedy, however, the adjective is hard to avoid. The Caretaker is a quintessential Pinter drama, bleakly menacing with a strong dose of pitch-black humour – and this chilling Gate production shows that it has barely dated at all.
In a dingy London attic room filled with junk, a mentally fragile...
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