A Slight Ache / The Dumb Waiter

A Slight Ache / The Dumb Waiter

The Pinter at The Pinter season culminates with two unmissable comedies that explore the political machinations of the powerful and the powerless. When a mysterious figure enters their elegant country home, the lives of Flora and Edward are changed forever... 

Party Time / Celebration

Party Time / Celebration

A scathing and bitterly amusing attack on the increasingly powerful and narcissistic super-rich, set against the backdrop of terrifying state oppression, the highly pertinent Party Time is paired with Harold Pinter’s final play, Celebration... 

The Room / Victoria Station / Family Voices

The Room / Victoria Station / Family Voices

Harold Pinter’s first play, The Room, features in a triple-bill directed by Pinter’s colleague and friend, Patrick Marber. An all-too-familiar and frighteningly topical brand of English xenophobia runs through this darkly funny and unexpectedly odd play from 1957... 

Moonlight / Night School

Moonlight / Night School

The brutality of family life and the subjectivity of memory are explored in the emotionally raw and richly funny Moonlight, directed by Olivier Award winner Lyndsey Turner, in which the past haunts the dark, lonely recesses of a dying father’s bedroom... 

Landscape / A Kind of Alaska

Landscape / A Kind of Alaska

Landscape and A Kind of Alaska, directed by Jamie Lloyd, are spellbinding evocations of loneliness, isolation and the strange mists of time.  Landscape is a minimalist marvel: a woman is locked in a beautiful memory and her husband demands to be heard... 

The Lover / The Collection

The Lover / The Collection

Two miniature comedic masterpieces from the 1960s, The Lover and The Collection, which explore secrets, lies and seduction, are directed by “major Pinter interpreter” (Financial Times), Jamie Lloyd... 

One for the Road / New World Order / Mountain Language / Ashes to Ashes

One for the Road / New World Order / Mountain Language / Ashes to Ashes

Opening the Pinter at the Pinter season is a dynamic collection of Harold Pinter’s most potent and dangerous political plays. The incendiary One for The Road is Pinter at his most terrifying... 

Consent

Consent

Nina Raine’s ‘blistering new play’ (New York Times), directed by Roger Michell, makes a triumphant and timely transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre this May, following a sold out season at the National Theatre... 

Cirque Berserk

Cirque Berserk

Now in its fifth thrilling year, Cirque Berserk! returns to The Peacock this February half-term to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the invention of circus, with a jaw-dropping spectacular that combines contemporary cirque-style artistry with adrenaline-fuelled stunt action... 

The Birthday Party

The Birthday Party

Stanley Webber (Toby Jones) is the only lodger at Meg (Zoë Wanamaker) and Petey Boles’ sleepy seaside boarding house. The unsettling arrival of enigmatic strangers Goldberg (Stephen Mangan) and McCann disrupts the humdrum lives of the inhabitants and their friend Lulu, and mundanity soon becomes menace when a seemingly innocent birthday party turns into a disturbing nightmare... 

Oslo

Oslo

The challenge with any dramatisation of an historic moment is in trying to appeal to the people for whom the event just ‘rings a bell’ right up to those whose lives were directly impacted by it ... 

Gangsta Granny

Gangsta Granny

It’s Friday night and Ben knows that means only one thing-staying with Granny! There will be cabbage soup, cabbage pie and cabbage cake and Ben knows one thing for sure-it’s going to be sooooooooo boring! But what Ben doesn’t know is that Granny has a secret – and Friday nights are about to get more exciting than he could ever imagine, as he embarks on the adventure of a lifetime with his very own Gangsta Granny! From the acclaimed producers of HORRIBLE HISTORIES comes the West End premiere of this amazing story by David Walliams, the UK’s best-selling author for children... 

Hamlet

Hamlet

Following a sold-out run at the Almeida Theatre, Olivier Award winning director Robert Icke’s new production of Hamlet transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season this summer... 

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Imelda Staunton (Martha) and Conleth Hill (George) star in a new production of multi Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee’s landmark play: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? directed by James Macdonald... 

Nice Fish

Nice Fish

Direct from a sold out season in New York, Academy and Bafta Award-winner Mark Rylance returns to the West End to perform in Nice Fish, a hit new comic play written by Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins and directed by Claire van Kampen...