A short sketch written by playwright Harold Pinter more than 50 years ago has been found in archives at the British Library. The piece, which is a dialogue about umbrellas between two unnamed sunbathing gentlemen, was part of a revue at Nottingham Playhouse in 1960. Pinters widow Lady Antonia Fraser told The Guardian she had been completely unaware it existed. The British Library acquired Pinters papers a year before his death in 2008. But Umbrellas was uncovered by researchers delving into the Lord Chamberlains collection. The 10-minute piece featured in a show called You, Me and The Gatepost. Before 1968, copies of every work intended for performance had to be submitted to the state office for licensing and were retained in its archives. BBC