Other Places is a trilogy of short plays by English playwright Harold Pinter (1930-2008) : Family Voices (1980), Victoria Station (1982), and A Kind of Alaska (1982) - they are part of the "Memory Plays" , a series of short plays Pinter wrote between 1968 and 1982.
First produced at The National Theatre, Cottesloe, October 1982. 
Published in Other places : three plays, by Harold Pinter. Methuen, 1982.
The original text
Family Voices is a 1980 radio play for three voices - it exposes the story of a mother, son, and dead husband and father through a series of letters that the mother and son have written to one another and that each speaks aloud. The play is also performed live on stage as a "platform performance" with three actors speaking the three voices.
Victoria Station (1982), and A Kind of Alaska (1982).
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
PACT pamphlet Let Us Build a Heritage. 1984/85.
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