1 September 2019 / Conferences
Harold Pinter in Leeds – September conference
picture: Pinter’s office and writing desk
Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies
19-21 September at the Workshop Theatre, University of Leeds.
Register now! Registration closes at the end of this week.
All are welcome. The rate is £70 (or £35 for PGR students), and this includes lunches, an evening buffet, a wine reception and a ticket to Jeremy Goldstein’s Truth to Power Café.
A reduced rate of £60 is available to anyone who attended a previous conference run by the Pinter Legacies project.
The conference takes place in the Workshop Theatre at the University of Leeds from 19 to 21 September.
Plenary speaker: Vivienne Jabri, Professor of International Politics, Kings College London: ‘Pinter, the Political and the International’.
Special guest: Jamie Andrews, Head of Culture and Learning, British Library: ‘Archiving Harold Pinter’.
An actors’ workshop on Pinter’s dialogue by Harry Burton.
‘In conversation’ sessions with Jamie Lloyd (Pinter at the Pinter), Douglas Hodge and Nancy Meckler.
A Skype interview with Henry Woolf, last surviving member of the ‘Hackney gang’, and actor/director of the first performance of The Room, 1957.
A performance of the Truth to Power Café
The Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies database launches on 21 September.
The full details, schedule, abstracts and links to booking are here