Theatre 625

Season 4 Episode 13

A Night Out

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 13, 1967 on BBC Two
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Anxious to escape his clinging mother, a shy, sensitive young man is persuaded to accompany some of his workmates on "a night out", and has a thoroughly hellish evening.

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      • This play was the first by Harold Pinter ever to be performed on British television (although a radio version had been previously produced). This first TV production had taken place on April 24th, 1960, as a live segment of the "Armchair Theatre" series on ITV. Both Pinter and his then wife, Vivien Merchant, had appeared in it in supporting parts, with Tom Bell in the leading role. The radio version had been broadcast only two months earlier, with Pinter and his wife in the same parts.

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