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May 18 - August 11, 2018

Nina Raine's Consent heads to the West End

Why See Consent?


West End Transfer

After a blistering run at the National Theatre's Dorfman last year, Consent, written by Nina Raine, is heading to The Harold Pinter Theatre this May. Challenging and the Justice system's approach to the issue of 'Consent', Raine's triumphant new play is a timely piece of theatre.

Directed by Roger Michell, original cast members Heather Craney and Adam James return to reprise their roles, alongside Stephen Campbell Moore and Clare Foster. With only a 12 week production in the works, Consent is not one to be missed.

What is Consent about?

One woman's court case is gripping the nation, as a group of friends begin to unpick and debate the court's proceedings, questions start to arise, is Justice blind? Whilst the case deepens, things at home begin to unravel, as they question the 'truth' around them.

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Previews from: 18 May 2018

Opening night: 29 May 2018

Cast and Creative


Clare Foster
Lee Ingleby
Thusitha Jayasundera
Claudie Blakley
Stephen Campbell Moore
Heather Craney
Adam James


Written by Nina Raine
Directed by Roger Michell

Next available performances

Fri, May 18



Sat, May 19



Sun, May 20



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