This 1965 play by left wing playwright Harold Pinter has been revived by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Ruth and her husband Teddy return from the US to the house of Teddy’s all-male family.
It challenges the notion of “family values” and makes strong statements on the role of women in society.
by Harold Pinter
Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon until 16 October
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