harold pinter theatre

a gala in aid of amnesty international and chance to shine celebrating the birthday of harold pinter, part of a season of all 20 of his one-act plays, directed by jamie lloyd at the harold pinter theatre

pinter at the pinter
gala

10th October 2018 - a gala in aid of amnesty international and chance to shine celebrating the birthday of harold pinter, part of a season of all 20 of his one-act plays, directed by jamie lloyd at the harold pinter theatre

jamie lloyd presents a season of all 20 of harold pinter

pinter at the pinter
after party

27th September 2018 - jamie lloyd presents a season of all 20 of harold pinter's one-act plays at the harold pinter theatre

ian rickson directs pinter

the birthday party
press night

18th January 2018 - ian rickson directs pinter's darkly comic masterpiece with toby jones (stanley webber), zoe wanamaker (meg), stephen mangan (goldberg) and pearl mackie (lulu)

a celebration of shakespeare that benefits unhcr, the united nations refugee agency with roger allam, olivia williams, kevin bishop, lee evans, martin freeman and jack whitehall at the harold pinter theatre

whither would you go?
unhcr gala

22nd October 2017 - a celebration of shakespeare that benefits unhcr, the united nations refugee agency with roger allam, olivia williams, kevin bishop, lee evans, martin freeman and jack whitehall at the harold pinter theatre

bartlett sher directs toby stephens (terje rod-larsen) and lydia leonard (mona juul) in the tony award winning oslo at the harold pinter theatre

oslo
gala night

11th October 2017 - bartlett sher directs toby stephens (terje rod-larsen) and lydia leonard (mona juul) in the tony award winning oslo at the harold pinter theatre

andrew scott (hamlet), jessica brown findlay (ophelia) and juliet stevenson (gertrude) star in robert icke

hamlet
west end transfer

15th June 2017 - andrew scott (hamlet), jessica brown findlay (ophelia) and juliet stevenson (gertrude) star in robert icke's hamlet, transferring from the almeida to the harold pinter

imelda staunton (martha), conleth hill (george), luke treadaway (nick) and imogen poots (honey) star in james macdonald

who's afraid of virginia woolf?
after party

9th March 2017 - imelda staunton (martha), conleth hill (george), luke treadaway (nick) and imogen poots (honey) star in james macdonald's new production of who's afraid of virginia woolf? at the harold pinter theatre

mark rylance (author/ron) stars in the hit comedy directed by claire van kampen at the harold pinter theatre following a successful new york run

nice fish
after party

25th November 2016 - mark rylance (author/ron) stars in the hit comedy directed by claire van kampen at the harold pinter theatre following a successful new york run

the kinks musical celebrates one year in the west end with a cast lead by danny horn (ray davies), oliver hoare (dave davies), tom whitelock (pete quaife) and damien walsh (mick avory)

sunny afternoon
first birthday

20th October 2015 - the kinks musical celebrates one year in the west end with a cast lead by danny horn (ray davies), oliver hoare (dave davies), tom whitelock (pete quaife) and damien walsh (mick avory)

the musical based on the early life of ray davies and the rise of the kinks transfers to the harold pinter theatre and stars john dagleish (ray davies), george maguire (dave davies), ned derrington (pete quaife) and adam sopp (mick avory)

sunny afternoon
west end transfer

28th October 2014 - the musical based on the early life of ray davies and the rise of the kinks transfers to the harold pinter theatre and stars john dagleish (ray davies), george maguire (dave davies), ned derrington (pete quaife) and adam sopp (mick avory)

trevor nunn directs patricia hodge (felicity), caroline quentin (moxie), rory bremner (crestwell), ben mansfield (don lucas) and leigh zimmerman (miranda frayle) at the harold pinter theatre

relative values
after party

14th April 2014 - trevor nunn directs patricia hodge (felicity), caroline quentin (moxie), rory bremner (crestwell), ben mansfield (don lucas) and leigh zimmerman (miranda frayle) at the harold pinter theatre

rupert grint (sweets), daniel mays (potts), colin morgan (skinny), ben whishaw (baby), brendan coyle (mickey) and tom rhys harries (silver johnny) star in jez butterworths 1995 black comedy directed by ian rickson at the harold pinter theatre

mojo
press night

13th November 2013 - rupert grint (sweets), daniel mays (potts), colin morgan (skinny), ben whishaw (baby), brendan coyle (mickey) and tom rhys harries (silver johnny) star in jez butterworths 1995 black comedy directed by ian rickson at the harold pinter theatre