Correspondence and Related Items (Including Undated)

Scope and Content

Correspondence including that with Henry Woolf (2005/6/7); Mick Goldstein (2005/6/7); Barbara Bray (2005/6/7); Morris "Moishe" Wernick (2005/6/7); V. S. Naipaul (2005); former Czech President Vaclav Havel (2005); Sir Peter Hall (2005); David Harsent (2005); Lord Richard Rogers (2005); writer Josephine Hart (2005/6); Jude Law (2005/7); Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (2006); Buckingham Palace with invitations (2006); Cuban Ambassador to London (2006); World Council for Global Co-Operation (2006); Lee Langley (2006); Marylebone Cricket Club (2006); British Prime Minister Tony Blair (2006); Sir Alan Bates' brother Martin Bates (2006); Charles Dance (2006); The Greville Press (2006); David Hare (2006); Sir Tom Stoppard (2006/7) with handwritten draft letter by Pinter (2006); Cuban President Fidel Castro (2006/7); writer Penelope Prentice (2006/7); The Lord's taverners (2007); Sir Ben Kingsley (2007); conductor Nicholas Cleobury (2007); composer Ronald Senator (2007); The British Library (2007); Kenneth Branagh (2007); Michael Kitchen (2007); Oliver Sacks (2007); Ian McEwan (2007); William Boyd (2007); Sir Arnold Wesker (2007); Lord Melvyn Bragg (2007); former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (2007); writer Michael Kustow (2006/8) and Joanna Lumley (2008).

File also includes a type written copy of Pinter's poem 'The Watcher' (2007), two copies of 'Lust' (2006), three copies of 'Laughter' (2006) and one copy of 'Voices in the Tunnel' (2007); typed undated copy of 'Poem (To A)' and 'The Mirror'; undated programme for 'The Birthday Party' at London's Hammersmith Lyric Opera House; a typed undated copy of Mick Goldstein's poem 'A Limerick for Anna' (2006); an undated and untitled handwritten copy of a poem by Galway Kinnell (2007); an undated and handwritten draft letter to David Butler; undated typed transcriptions of correspondence (1953) between Harold Pinter and Mick Goldstein; several undated handwritten letters and cards - including those from Lucien Freud, Lauren Bacall, David Hare, Jude Law, art historian Tim Marlow, Sir Michael Packenham, Dr John Casey of Caius College Cambridge and the cast/producers of 'Sleuth'.

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Not Public Record(s)