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Until Nov 6, 2021
Nov 18 - Dec 18, 2021
David Suchet: Poirot and More, A Retrospective
Jan 4 - 22, 2022
Apr 15 - Jun 18, 2022
Until November 6, 2021
TV legend Jennifer Saunders returns to the West End stage as a quirky medium in Noel Cowards' iconic comedy, Blithe Spirit. After thrilling audiences at the Theatre Royal Bath last summer, the Richard Eyre helmed production has packed up its crystal ball and heads to the Harold Pinter Theatre this autumn!
November 18 - December 18, 2021
Enchanting icon of stage and screen, Ralph Fiennes is back in the capital as he stars and directs this world premiere production of Four Quartets, the final and unforgettable masterpiece by T.S Elliot. A four-part reflection on some of life's most compelling concepts, including faith, time, and the quest for spiritual enlightenment, Elliot's work is symphonic in scope. Despite being written over 80 years ago, its core themes remain some of the most elusive and pondered today.
January 4 - 22, 2022
Distinguished actor and creator Sir David Suchet is ready to reminisce on his five-decade career as he brings his acclaimed show, the titular Poirot and More, A Retrospective to theatres throughout the UK, following tours of Australia and New Zealand/ A mixture of performance and conversation, expect a fascinating evening where you'll get to meet some of his key characters, discover his history and learn what really makes him tick.
April 15 - June 18, 2022
Killing Eve star Jodie Comer makes her West End debut in this stunning one-hander! She'll play Tessa, a brilliant and driven young barrister forced to confront the differences between legal imperatives and moral obligations. The Emmy and Bafta Award-winning actress takes on this tour-de-force written by Suzie Miller in April 2022. Don't miss out, it's a strictly limited run!
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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