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Celebration – by Harold Pinter; directed by Clara Vaughan.
The last play Harold Pinter is a scathing comedy depicting three couples dining at a oh-so-elegant restaurant and how each character fights for status and power, their noisy, witty conversation reveals past betrayals and distorted memories, and tries to hide the desperation and emptiness at the heart of it all.
Date: 17 – 29 September 2013
Venue: Wits Downstairs Theatre
Bookings: www.strictlytickets.com and at the door
More information: www.wits.ac.za/witstheatre