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Betrayal

Golden Globe and Olivier Award winner Tom Hiddleston stars in the Jamie Lloyd Company’s revival of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, opening at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre for a strictly limited 12 week season from 5 March 2019.

With poetic precision, rich humour and an extraordinary emotional force, Betrayal charts a compelling seven-year romance, thrillingly captured in reverse chronological order. Described as “the greatest, and the most moving, of all Pinter’s plays” (Daily Telegraph), this production marks the culmination of the Jamie Lloyd Company’s ground-breaking Pinter at the Pinter season.

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Performance Times

First Performance: Tuesday 5 March 19.30pm 

Last Performance:  Saturday 1 June 19.30pm

  • Monday - Saturday Evenings 19.30 
  • Thursday & Saturday Matinees 14.30
Where Do I Go

Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton Street, London, SW1Y 4DN

Closest Tube:Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Charing Cross

Harold Pinter Theatre

Latest customer reviews

  • A poor bargain

    15 May 2019

    From my seat in the Royal Circle I could hardly see the actors,!especially when they were in the front. I hardly heard a word that Tom Huddleston said, as he spoke so low. The lady spoke her lines well and was very Pinterish, as was her partner. A great disappointment. especially after such great reviews.

    Mary Rose Beaumont Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Difficult to hear dialogue

    11 May 2019

    Ok

    Theatre fan Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Betrayed by Betrayal

    10 May 2019

    My wife and I went to see Betrayal this week and were very disappointed. It's the first Pinter play we have seen so it may be that we weren't aware of his style of writing. However we felt that the continuous use of the same lines over and again lacked a bit of imagination. And what about those long dramatic breaks with no talking, what's that all about? I honestly believed on more than one occasion that the cast had forgotten the script and were waiting for an off stage prompt. To me it was long and drawn out and not designed to hold your attention. I note that there was no interval, was that to stop people leaving at half time?

    David Chisnell Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • self indulgent

    10 May 2019

    very shallow thematic and self indulgent. character depth was lacking and just came across as crass and overly emotional without the right having been earned... would have left if not for being stuck in the middle. no doubt. very good actors but story was very lacking.. how this received the reviews it did I dont know...

    Wayne brown Confirmed ticket purchaser