The Rememberence of Things Past
    By Harold Pinter and Di Trevis

    19:30, Tue 23rd – Sat 27th November 2004 at Fitzpatrick Hall
    Michaelmas Week 7

    From a fractured childhood in the chateaus of the French countryside, to an
    old age trapped in the final, brilliant flash of Parisian society, before
    war extinguishes its lights. Marcel has spent his life watching. Now is the
    time for telling. Telling a tale of glamour and corruption, decadence and

    It has been a one-hundred year journey from Proust's astonishing memoir,
    which blew off the doors of the salons of the privileged, to Harold Pinter
    and Di Trevis' final script, which challenged theatregoers around the
    world. In the first production since its groundbreaking run at the National
    Theatre, BATS production takes the story onwards, marking a new chapter in
    cutting edge Cambridge theatre. A night to remember.


    Production Team