Christopher Tietjens is a brilliant Treasury official who is married to an unfaithful wife. He meets and falls in love with a young suffragette.
Tietjens joins up and is sent to fight in the trenches in France and later to Belgium. Although he is consumed by the war some of his biggest conflicts come from within.
The war is finally over and Tietjens must return home, but to what and to whom? The decisions he makes will change his life forever.
The low-born ward of a Spanish countess goes to great lengths to win over the high-born, indifferent Bertram after they are married by the king.
Albert Stokes, a painfully shy and awkward young man, escapes his overbearing mother for a night out with his work colleagues. A play written by Harold Pinter.
Terry (Judi Dench), the 30-year-old daughter of the Stephens family, reminisces about her past and tells of the family reunion on Sunday. Show more
During the reunion, Mr Stephens (Maurice Denham) looks back at his life and recalls some previous family arguments. Show more
Alan (Michael Bryant) has a proposition for his confused father as the police visit the Stephens home in the aftermath of Sunday’s tragic events. Show more
Mrs Stephens (Margery Mason) is busy preparing Sunday lunch and Terry makes an unexpected visit that causes tensions to rise to the surface and tragedy strikes. Show more
In Harold Pinter's play, two men fight for possession of a girl and throw everything into the conflict including a bass recorder, a goldfish tank and a basement flat.
Maurice Denham and Hazel Hughes star in Harold Pinter's play about insecurity.