What a way to wrap up Jamie Lloyd’s epic Pinter at the Pinter season: megastar Tom Hiddleston will star in Pinter’s 1978 masterpiece ‘Betrayal’, a drama about a trio of self-decieving lovers which devastatingly unfolds in reverse chronological order. Hiddleston will play Robert, alongside Zawe Ashton as Emma and Charlie Cox as Jerry, in a production directed by Lloyd himself. Tickets onsale at 9am on Nov 30, or Nov 29 to ticket holders for other Pinter at the Pinter plays.
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Arthur Miller looks to be having a bit of a ‘moment’ in 2019, thanks to two major revivals at the Old Vic and this, the fiftieth anniversary revival of his drama ‘The Price’ about two New York brothers who reunite after 16 years of estrangement. Starring heavyweights David Suchet and Brendan Coyle, Jonathan Church’s production enjoyed fine reviews when it ran at Theatre Royal Bath in the summer of 2018, and moves to the West End for three months in 2019.
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