Welsh actor Owen Teale will join Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart in the revival of Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land. Owen, recently...
Game Of Thrones star joins Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart in No Man's Land
Owen, recently seen on screen in the hit TV series Game Of Thrones, will play the character of Briggs in the production.
The play sees two ageing writers, Hirst (Sir Patrick) and Spooner (Sir Ian), meet at a pub in London’s Hampstead.
They drink late into the night, moving to Hirst’s stately home nearby. As the two become increasingly inebriated, their stories become less believable as their conversation turns into a power game.
No Man’s Land will tour the UK before opening in the West End at Wyndham’s Theatre.
Wyndham’s is where it was performed from 1975 to 1976, when it starred Ralph Richardson and John Gielgud – and is also the theatre where Sir Patrick first saw the play.
Starting in August, the tour will include the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield, the Theatre Royal in Newcastle, the Theatre Royal in Brighton and the New Theatre in Cardiff.