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What's OnBetrayal at the Harold Pinter Theatre

The final installment of Pinter at the Pinter brings you a must-see, ultimate ending to a sensational season.
  • Dates 13/03/2019 - 13/03/2019
  • Location 8 Panton Street, SW1Y 4DN
  • Price ££
A star-studded castDon’t miss Pinter’s finale play from the season Pinter at the Pinter, now on at the Harold Pinter Theatre.Originally written in 1978 by playwright Harold Pinter, Betrayal is a deeply moving tale of a secret seven-year romance, recreated in reverse chronological order. Powerful poetry takes you on an emotional roller-coaster, and generous amount of comedy make this play marvellous enactment of one of Pinter's final pieces of work.Starring Golden Globe and Olivier Award winning household hunk, Tom Hiddelstone, alongside Zawe Ashton (Fresh Meat) and Charlie Cox (Daredevil).This a must-see production. Now offering eight extra performances, get your tickets before they’re all gone.Call the theatre box office on 0844 871 7622, or book online using the button below.Tickets from £15. Now booking until June 2019.The ultimate finalePrepare for a thrilling night marking the finale of the Pinter at the Pinter season, marking the end of an incredible series of heart-felt short story productions.The play begins in a gloomy setting two years after the doomed relationship has ended. Characters Emma and Jerry scurry off to a secret flat to carry out their extramarital affair, leaving Robert behind hurt and betrayed. The scenes that follow tell the tale leading up to the epic opening scene.From the words of Harold Pinter himself, the play is one that resembles his own life more than others.A highly acclaimed production and one of the greatest of all Pinter plays according to the Daily Telegraph.

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