Building on its long-established relationship with Harold Pinter, the Gate Theatre presents The Caretaker for the first time.
The three-act play, which premiered in London's West End in 1960, was the first to bring Pinter recognition and commercial success, and today is considered a modern masterpiece.
Veering between comedy and tragedy, the story centres around the relationships, corruption and power struggle among two brothers and a tramp.
Directed by Toby Frow and starring Michael Feast, Garrett Lombard and Marty Rea. Note that there will be no performance on the evening of St Patrick's Day, 17 March.
Mon-Sat 19.30. Sat matinees 14.30 on selected dates.