Albert Stokes, a loner in his late twenties, lives with his emotionally-suffocating mother and works in an office. After being falsely accused of groping a female at an office party, he wanders the streets until he meets a girl, who invites him to her flat, where he responds to her overtures by angrily demeaning her. Then he returns home to his mother. 'A Night Out' was first performed on BBC Radio in March 1960. Its performance on television a month later, on 24 April 1960, was Pinter's first big success as a playwright in that medium
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