Harold Pinter Theatre

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Gangsta Granny

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Gangsta Granny

David Walliams' most popular story Gangsta Granny is back in the West End for two weeks following its national tour.

This award-winning production, nominated for the Best Entertainment & Family Olivier Award, features an amazing cast, stunning sets and will have you dancing in the aisles!

Booking from: Wednesday, 15th August 2018
Booking until: Sunday, 26th August 2018
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Nina Raine’s ‘blistering new play’ (New York Times), directed by Roger Michell, makes a triumphant and timely transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre this May, following a sold out season at the National Theatre.

Booking from: Saturday, 21st July 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 11th August 2018
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One for the Road / New World Order / Mountain Language / Ashes to Ashes

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One for the Road / New World Order / Mountain Language / Ashes to Ashes

Opening the Pinter at the Pinter season is a dynamic collection of Harold Pinter’s most potent and dangerous political plays.

The incendiary One for The Road is Pinter at his most terrifying. A ruthless government official interrogates a dissident and his family, but is the torturer more tortured than his victims?

Booking from: Thursday, 6th September 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 20th October 2018
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The Lover / The Collection

The Lover / The Collection

Two miniature comedic masterpieces from the 1960s, The Lover and The Collection, which explore secrets, lies and seduction, are directed by “major Pinter interpreter” (Financial Times), Jamie Lloyd.

Booking from: Thursday, 13th September 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 20th October 2018
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Landscape / A Kind of Alaska

Landscape / A Kind of Alaska

Landscape and A Kind of Alaska, directed by Jamie Lloyd, are spellbinding evocations of loneliness, isolation and the strange mists of time.

Landsape is a minimalist marvel: a woman is locked in a beautiful memory and her husband demands to be heard. In A Kind of Alaska, Deborah awakes from a twenty-nine-year sleep and is suspended between the conscious and unconscious worlds.

Booking from: Thursday, 25th October 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 8th December 2018
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Moonlight / Night School

Moonlight / Night School

The brutality of family life and the subjectivity of memory are explored in the emotionally raw and richly funny Moonlight, directed by Olivier Award winner Lyndsey Turner, in which the past haunts the dark, lonely recesses of a dying father’s bedroom. 

Booking from: Thursday, 1st November 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 8th December 2018
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The Room / Victoria Station / Family Voices

The Room / Victoria Station / Family Voices

Harold Pinter’s first play, The Room, features in a triple-bill directed by Pinter’s colleague and friend, Patrick Marber. An all-too-familiar and frighteningly topical brand of English xenophobia runs through this darkly funny and unexpectedly odd play from 1957. In the hilarious Victoria Station and the reflective Family Voices, isolated voices attempt to communicate, but can we ever truly express the depths of our feeling?

Booking from: Thursday, 13th December 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 26th January 2019
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Party Time / Celebration

Party Time / Celebration

A scathing and bitterly amusing attack on the increasingly powerful and narcissistic super-rich, set against the backdrop of terrifying state oppression, the highly pertinent Party Time is paired with Harold Pinter’s final play, Celebration.

Booking from: Thursday, 20th December 2018
Booking until: Friday, 25th January 2019
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A Slight Ache / The Dumb Waiter

A Slight Ache / The Dumb Waiter

The Pinter at The Pinter season culminates with two unmissable comedies that explore the political machinations of the powerful and the powerless.

When a mysterious figure enters their elegant country home, the lives of Flora and Edward are changed forever.

Booking from: Thursday, 31st January 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 23rd February 2019
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Harold Pinter Theatre Seating Plan

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Harold Pinter Theatre on the Map

How to get there: (3mins) Take Coventry Street up to Oxendon Road; the theatre is 100 metres along on the right.

Address:
6 Panton Street
London
SW1Y 4DN

Buses: 14, 19, 24, 29, 38, 176

Nearest Underground: Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Charing Cross

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The Royal Comedy Theatre, as it was then known, opened on 15 October 1881. The theatre's reputation grew through the First World War when C.B. Cochran and André Charlot presented their famous review shows.

The range of work at the Comedy Theatre has been far reaching, from musical comedies to revival and experimental theatre and includes hugely successful shows such as Savages starring Paul Scofield in 1973 and The Rocky Horror Show making its West End debut in 1979. Alan Bennett has appeared with Patricia Routledge in his Talking Heads and Stockard Channing appeared in Six Degrees of Separation, which won best play at the 1993 Olivier Awards. No history of the Comedy Theatre would be complete without reference to Harold Pinter. The Homecoming, No-man's Land, Moonlight, The Hothouse and The Caretaker have all been presented in recent years.

Maureen Lipman has also graced the Comedy stage starring in Alan Plater's highly acclaimed comedy, Peggy For You, but The Comedy's two biggest successes must be The Caretaker starring Michael Gambon in 2000 and an eight week sell out of Little Malcolm and his Struggle Against the Eunuchs in 1999, starring Ewan McGregor and directed by Denis Lawson, which smashed all box office records.