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David Tennant headlines the highly-anticipated revival of C.P. Taylor's Good, in this brand new staging directed by Dominic Cooke. The first project from Cooke's new Fictionhouse production company, Good is a haunting treatise on how seemingly sane, normal people found themselves seduced by the evils of Nazism. Exploring the rise of John Halder from a liberal professor to an integral part of the Nazi regime, Taylor details the moral gymnastics and willful detachment that saw the fanatical lunacy of Hilter followed to the darkest hour in modern history.
Part of Sonia Friedman Productions' brand new RE:EMERGE season, set to begin at the Harold Pinter Theatre from this summer, Annice Borpari, Gabrielle Brooks, Sapphire Joy and Zuyane Russell star in Yasmin Joseph's J'Ouvert, directed by Rebekah Murrell. Set during Notting Hill Carnival, it is an exploration of the Black British experience seen through the eyes of best friends Jade and Nadine, against the technicolour dazzle of the world-famous celebration.
Taking flight during Sonia Friedman Productions' brand new RE:EMERGE season, set to begin at the Harold Pinter Theatre from this summer, Gemma Arterton, Fehinti Balogun, and Lydia Wilson star in Walden, a new play from Amy Berryman. An initiative that brings together rising theatrical talents and seasoned theatremakers, the RE:EMERGE season is a collection of bold new works that seeks to confront the urgent issues facing our re-entry into society, tackling issues such as societal inequality, climate change, and the nature of truth in the digital age.
Real events inspire Anna X, the West End debut of recent Golden Globe winner Emma Corrin and Royal Television Society's 2019 Breakthrough Star Nabhaan Rizwan. A tale set in New York's dizzying social elite, two young women try to invent themselves against a backdrop of influencers, fashion shows, and arty parties. But just how far is too far to go to win the battle of online popularity?
Panton Street 6, London SW1Y 4DN
Originally the Comedy Theatre until 2011, The Harold Pinter Theatre is a West End theatre on Panton Street, which opened in 1881. The venue was largely reconstructed during the 1950s and re-opened in 1955. In 1972 the building was Grade II listed by English Heritage. The owners of the theatre, Ambassador Theatre Group, renamed The Comedy Theatre to The Harold Pinter Theatre in October 2011. The venue hosts a variety of plays and long-lasting successful musicals.
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