The Dwarfs (Premiere: Tricycle Theatre)
The Dwarfs (Premiere: Tricycle Theatre)

The Dwarfs (Premiere: Tricycle Theatre) (2003)

The Dwarfs (Premiere: Tricycle Theatre)

The Dwarfs (2002)

Date from

17 April 2003

Date to

31 May 2003

No of Performances Unknown
Premiere Yes
Language English


Tricycle Theatre (Est. 1980)

17-Apr-2003 to 31-May-2003

1st preview: 17/4. Press night: 23/4; performance times 19:00. Subsequent performance times: 20:00.

Linked Productions

No linked Production have been added to this production record yet.

Linked People

Eileen Diss (1931)

Creative | Set Designer

Mick Hughes (1938 - 2018)

Creative | Lighting Designer

Dany Everett

Creative | Costume Designer

Kerry Lee Crabbe (1946)

Creative | Adaptor of Script

Harold Pinter (1930 - 2008)

Creative | Author (original novel)

Christopher Morahan (1929 - 2017)

Creative | Director

Linked Organisations

The Tricycle Theatre (Producing House | Est. 1980)

269 Kilburn High Rd, Kilburn, London, England NW6 7JR



Len (Age: late twenties, Male)

Len was based on Pinter's friend Mick Goldstein, who later wrote a response to The Dwarfs.

Performer: Mark Rice-Oxley (1980)

Pete (The Dwarfs) (Age: late twenties, Male)

Performer: Jamie Lee

Mark (The Dwarfs) (Age: late twenties, Male)

Performer: Ben Caplan (1974)

Virginia (Age: Not specified, Female)

Performer: Daisy Haggard (1978)

Linked Awards

No award have been added to this production record yet.


Interview With Kerry Lee Crabbe, Conducted By Harry Burton, 2020 (Video)

Type: Interview

External Link:

Photostage image gallery (Image)

Type: Image gallery

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Michael Billington, ‘Tricycle serves up a filleted Pinter’, The Guardian, 24 April 2003 (URL)

Type: Review

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Sarah Hemming, ‘Early rites of passage revisited‘, Financial Times, 25 April 2003, p. 13 (URL)

Type: Review

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Harold Pinter Official Website


Information about venue, linked people and characters/cast members taken from site's page for the production [accessed 21 May 2019].

Harold Pinter Appointments Diary, 2003

The British Library Modern Manuscripts, The Harold Pinter Archive, Add MS 88880/12/36, no ff.

Library archive

Information about performance times taken from entries for April and May.