Following its premiere at the Gate Theater, Dublin, in August, Rupert Goold’s production of Harold Pinter’s “No Man’s Land” will transfer to London’s West End, beginning previews Sept. 27 at the Duke of York’s Theater.
Michael Gambon and David Bradley star as the aging writers playing power games in Pinter’s tragicomic 1975 play, with David Walliams (“Little Britain”) and Nick Dunning completing the cast. Sonia Friedman Prods. and Gate Theater a.d. Michael Colgan will present the London run, which officially opens Oct. 7.
Goold’s production for the Chichester Festival Theater of “Macbeth,” starring Patrick Stewart, went on to commercial runs in the West End and on Broadway. His revival of “Oliver!” for producer Cameron Mackintosh will bow at London’s Theater Royal Drury Lane in January.