By W. Baker
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Meets RSt. Lunch CM. Afternoon JW. Lunch RSt: Connaught Hotel, Mayfair. Discusses RSt rights on HP’s work with Arnold Goodman. Interview with Jacky Gillott on Options, introduced by Philip Oakes. BBC Radio 4, broadcast (BR: J34). 7 (Mon) 10:30am rehearsal Bu. 9 (Wed) Parents’ wedding anniversary. 6pm JW. 10 (Thur) Morning Dorothy Tutin. Evening Peter Nichols’ Forget-Me-Not Lane Apollo Theatre. 11 (Fri) 11:30am book signing at Karnac Books of specially bound issue, 150 copies of OT (BR: A43b). 12 (Sat) Plays for HP’s XI Guardian.
5:30pm MG. Exeter to see A. Birmingham Lunch Paul Rogers. Lunch PW. S. Johnson. Lunch Arnold Goodman: Savoy. 5:30pm John Osborne. 5pm Ludwig Rowohlt (HP’s German agent): Connaught Hotel. Flies to Helsinki, meets VM. London. Afternoon squash. 5pm JW. 7:30pm PW. Meets various comic actresses including Dandy Nichols and Hylda Baker. 30 (Thur) Writing. December 1 (Fri) 3 (Sun) 5 (Tue) 6 (Wed) 7 (Thur) 9 (Sat) 10 (Sun) 11 (Mon) 13 (Wed) 14 (Thur) 15 (Fri) 2pm squash. Evening dinner The Glass Booth cast.
Paris. SB, BB. London. August 2 (Sun) 2pm S on the radio. 3–7 (Mon–Fri) TP auditions. 7 (Fri) Evening parents. 38 A Harold Pinter Chronology 8 (Sat) 10 (Mon) 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 24 25 26 31 (Tue) (Wed) (Thur) (Fri) (Sun) (Mon) (Tue) (Mon) (Tue) (Wed) (Mon) Morning Timothy West, actor. Evening James Hammerstein discusses Hammerstein’s direction of stage production of TP and TB Duchess Theatre. Meets Eddie Kulukundis, theatre director, arts patron. 4:30pm Eddie Kulukundis. 5:30pm Lois Gordon, critic.
A Harold Pinter Chronology by W. Baker