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Harold Pinter Theatre, London

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Upcoming shows at the Harold Pinter Theatre:

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Imelda Staunton (Martha) and Conleth Hill (George) star in a new production of multi Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee’s landmark play: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? directed by James Macdonald.    

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Upcoming shows at the Harold Pinter Theatre:

Nice Fish

Nice Fish

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Upcoming shows at the Harold Pinter Theatre:

The Importance Of Being Earnest

The Importance Of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde's much loved and brilliantly witty masterpiece The Importance Of Being Earnest stars The Bunbury Company of Players.

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Current shows at the Harold Pinter Theatre:

Sunny Afternoon

Sunny Afternoon The Kinks are one of the greatest of all British rock groups, and now the story of their rise to fame comes to the stage, featuring the band's classic songs as written by head Kink Ray Davies, book by Joe Penhall, direction by Edward Hall and design by Miriam Buether.

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The majestic Harold Pinter Theatre opened on Panton Street in the City of Westminster in 1881, then called the Royal Comedy Theatre. The venue had an excellent reputation from the offset and the First World War saw C. B Cochran and André Charlots’ famous review shows taking the stage. The Harold Pinter is known for its sheer variety of productions, which includes everything from musical comedies to unique experimental pieces, but its two biggest successes were The Caretaker, with Michael Gambon, in 2000 and Little Malcolm and his Struggle Against the Eunuchs, with Ewan McGregor , which broke box office records in 1999. Kim Cattrell took the stage in ’05 with Peter Hall's popular Whose Life Is It Anyway? And Tom Courtenay starred in The Home Place. Joseph Fiennes and Francesca Annis played in Epitaph for George Dillon and the venue has shown the comedy classic Steptoe and Son too. The ever-popular Rocky Horror Show raised the roof and Boeing Boeing proved a smash hit. You can buy Harold Pinter theatre tickets right here… so enjoy the show!