No Man's Land (Almeida)
No Man's Land (Almeida)

No Man's Land (Almeida) (1992-1993)

No Man's Land (Almeida)

No Man's Land (1974)

Date from

29 October 1992

Previews: 29, 30, 31/10 at 20:00, and with matinee on 31 at 16:00. Press night: 02/11 at 19:00. Performance times: evenings 20:00 and Sunday matinees at 16:00. Private benefit performance on 12/11, at 7.30. Sign-interpreted performance on 25/11 with signer Wendy Ebsworth.

Date to

8 May 1993

No of Performances Unknown
Touring Yes
Language English


Almeida Theatre (Est. 1980)

29-Oct-1992 to 19-Dec-1992

Comedy Theatre (Est. 1881)

03-Feb-1993 to 08-May-1993

Previews: 03, 04 (with 15:00 matinee), 05 and 06/02 (with 15:00 matinee) at 20:00. Press night: 08/02 at 19:00. The run was extended.

Linked Productions

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Linked People

David Leveaux (1957)

Creative | Director

Bob Crowley (1952)

Creative | Set Designer

Mark Henderson (1957)

Creative | Lighting Designer

Christine Rolands

Creative | Costume Supervisor

Eva Kotlarsky

Creative | Wardrobe Supervisor

John Leonard (1951)

Creative | Sound Designer

Martin Jady (1966)

Technical | Stage Manager

Lucy Stewart-Roberts

Technical | Deputy Stage Manager

Lilian Mollgaard

Technical | Assistant Stage Manager

Mary Madigan

Technical | Company Stage Manager

Simon Harper

Technical | Production Manager

James Crout

Technical | Chief Technician

Chris Clay

Technical | Technician

Rachel Chapman

Technical | Technician

Miraculous Engineering Ltd

Technical | Set construction

Rolf Driver

Creative | Furniture construction

Vikki Heron

Creative | Furniture construction

Ken Creaseys

Technical | Draper

Listed in programme as 'Drapes'.

Patrick Watkinson

Creative | Set Painter

Ivan Kyncl (1953 - 2004)

Creative | Production Photographer

Bill Kenwright

Production | Presenter

For the Comedy Theatre transfer.

Linked Organisations

Almeida Theatre (Producing House | Est. 1982)

1 Almeida St, London N1 1TA, England



Hirst (Age: sixties, Male)

Performer: Harold Pinter (1930 - 2008)

Spooner (Age: sixties, Male)

Performer: Paul Eddington (1927 - 1995)

Foster (Age: thirties, Male)

Performer: Douglas Hodge (1960)

Briggs (Age: thirties, Male)

Performer: Gawn Grainger (1937)

Briggs (Age: thirties, Male)

Standby for Gawn Grainger.

Understudy: Douglas McFerran (1958)

Foster (Age: thirties, Male)

Standby for Douglas Hodge.

Understudy: Douglas McFerran (1958)

Linked Awards

The Laurence Olivier Award


For Comedy Theatre Revival: Nominated for Best Revival of a Play or Comedy. Nominated for Best Actor: Paul Eddginton. Nominated for Best Set Designer: Bob Crowley.


Programme (front) (Image)

Type: Theatre programme

Programme (inner sleeve) (Image)

Type: Theatre programme

Photograph credit: assumed Ivan Kyncl.

Photostage image gallery (Image)

Type: Image gallery

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Interview with David Leveaux, conducted by Harry Burton, 7 November 2020 (Video)

Type: Interview

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Interview with Douglas Hodge, Autumn 2018 (PDF)

Type: Interview

Interview With Gawn Grainger, conducted By Alexander Lass, November 2020 (PDF)

Type: Interview

External Link:




Information about awards taken from site's webpage, 1993 Laurence Olivier Awards [accessed 24 april 2018].

No Man's Land Production Programme

British Library Modern Manuscripts, Harold Pinter Archive, Add MS 888880/1/25

Library archive

Harold Pinter Appointments Diary, 1993

The British Library Modern Manuscripts, The Harold Pinter Archive, Add MS 88880/12/26, no ff

Library archive

Information about performance times for Comedy Theatre transfer taken from entries for February through May.

Harold Pinter Appointments Diary, 1992

The British Library Modern Manuscripts, The Harold Pinter Archive, Add MS 88880/12/25, no ff

Library archive

Information about performance times and number of performances taken from entries for October, November and December.