The director David Leveaux has worked with Beckett and Pinter. But it's Simon Gray who deserves equal billing
Behind the celebrity froth of Fraser's diaries lies a tougher book about living and loving through adversity.
The North Pole was melting, civil servants were being paid too much and the Prime Minister couldn't put a foot right. Sound familiar?
Rare among playwrights, Harold Pinter proved as adept at writing for the cinema as for the theatre, says Geoffrey MacNab