The death of Harold Pinter at the end of 2008 was a double loss to the world of theatre, for not only was he a fine and original playwright, but also a remarkable actor with a commanding stage presence and a wonderful voice. Although many of us were aware of his fragile state of health, I think that we assumed that he was indestructible and would pull through as he had done with his previous brush with throat cancer some years before. Over the years, I’d worked with him on a number of ...

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