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The Hills of California

January 27 - June 15, 2024

Butterworth's language contains great riches

The Guardian

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las vegas of the north

During the dry, dry summer of 1976, the beaches of Blackpool are packed full of holidaymakers, the B&Bs and hotels are full to the brim and the people of Britain are lapping up the sun. Yet in the sweltering heat of the town, far from the sea and gently sloshing waves, the daughters of a guest-house owner head back to her heavily deteriorating lodge. 

After their highly acclaimed 2017 play The Ferryman, which won multiple Olivier, Critics Circle and Evening Standard awards, playwright Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem, Spectre) reunites with director Sam Mendes (The Lehman Trilogy, Skyfall) for The Hills of California at the Harold Pinter theatre! 

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Opening night: 27 January 2024


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