David Tennant is reportedly considering whether to return to the London stage.
He’s among a group of actors who are being lined-up for a season celebrating the works of Harold Pinter.
Jane Horrocks, David Suchet and Iwan Rheon are also said to be “in advanced talks” about appearing in the season.
There are no deals in place yet, but Pinter’s widow Ladt Antonia Fraser has apparently been liaising with the owners of the Harold Pinter Theatre about staging a season of 20 of his one-act plays: from the first piece he wrote, in 1957 (after seeing Quentin Crisp frying up eggs and bacon at a party); to his last, Celebration.
Jamie Lloyd and writer and director Patrick Marber have been asked to stage pieces during the season, which it’s thought could begin around September.