Harold Pinter Theatre

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Trafalgar Square

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    Harold Pinter Theatre 6 Panton Street
    London
    SW1Y 4DN

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Sunny Afternoon

Musicals, Off-West End

  • Rating: 3/5

Rock stars sometimes need to change the record. Carping about agents, drugs and meaningless sex can make it hard for the heart to bleed. This goes for Ray Davies’s musical about his ’60s band, The Kinks. Despite Davies’s rags-to-riches story being steered...

Sunny Afternoon
  1. Sat Oct 4 – Sat Nov 29
  2. Harold Pinter Theatre
  3. £15-£49.50
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The Importance of Being Earnest

West End, Drama

  • Rating: 3/5

Seeking to outsmart Oscar Wilde is very unwise. All the same, Lucy Bailey’s undaunted production just about survives the impertinence of meddling with his masterpiece. The ruse – with additional workaday dialogue by Simon Brett – is that the production...

The Importance of Being Earnest
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sat Sep 20
  2. Harold Pinter Theatre
  3. £15-£55
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Stacey C

WARNING - Do not book tickets at this theatre through a third party. The theatre themselves (in particular Liam the Box Office manager) will not allow any amendments to your booking once made... bad way to do business.  

Maddy Semple

I went to the Harold Pinter a few weeks back, to see the play called 'Mojo'. The front of house were lovely to me and my friend, who is disabled. They showed us where to go, and they were constantly making sure she was comfortable and happy. The show itself, Mojo, was exceptionally funny, although rather rude. This was the first piece of contemporary theatre I had seen - I usually go to Shakespeare - and i was pleasantly suprised. While for me, it didn't come anywhere near to the Bard's great work, it was a pleasant change. I was amazed by the outstanding cast, but I was a little dissapointed with Rupert Grint's acting, after seeing him in Harry Potter. The theatre itself was lovely and homely, and it felt like you were watching a play in your front room. Thank you for helping me make the transition from Shakespeare to contemporary plays so gracefully, and i thoroughly enjoyed my self.

Mrs Ann Tuitt

I just had to write a message of THANKS regarding your Front of House Staff. In the first place, my friend who is elderly and disabled like myself was offered help by CHRIS who very kindle helped her to her seat. Secondly, we had originally ordered drinks for the interval but then my friend wanted to try the cocktails that were on offer as well so that meant 4 drinks to be carried. We both have to use walking sticks so had a problem, but not for long. A young lady named INGRID quickly offered to help us bring the drinks to our seats. Finally, We needed to go to the Ladies on our way out and because of our mobility problems CHARLES allowed us to use a box office toilet for which we were extremely grateful. The Show was EXCELLENT. All the cast were very good but the one that impressed us so much was the lady who wore the "diamond" black and white tights. Her expressions were BRILLIANT!!! Thank you all so much for making our trip to your Theatre so pleasant. I do hope that you will pass on our thanks to those I named.

Les Roberts

On 27 November we saw "A Chorus of Disapproval". A good experience although we felt it was held together by Rob Brydon's excellent performance. The downside was the theatre bar. My wife bought two small glasses of wine and was charged an exorbitant £14. The previous evening we had enjoyed wine on The Strand at about half the price.Possibly the theatre is instigating the Government's unit price alcohol pricing policy in advance ? I tried to email the theatre but cannot find an email address !

John

The worst ever play. Cheap production. The actors could not act at all. It is not a comedy at all rather a very bad written tragedy if someone thinks the money you spent and. Personnel also very roud and very unhelpful.