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The balance of complex psychological drama, pervasive melancholy and acid humor is riveting.
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Emma is married to Robert, a publisher who has no idea that his wife has been having an affair with his best friend Jerry, a literary agent.
Moving backwards in time the full complexity of their relationships comes to light and its effects on them all.
Starring real life couple Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, together with Rafe Spall, Pinter's dark Masterpiece is revived in a new staging by Tony Award-winning producer Scott Rudin (The Book of Mormon, The Testament of Mary, Death of a Salesman), under the direction of Tony and Academy Award-winning director Mike Nichols (Death of a Salesman, Spamalot, The Real Thing).
Previews from: 1 October 2013
Opening night: 27 October 2013
Booking through until: 1 February 2014
Betrayal may be inappropriate for audiences aged 13 and under
90 minutes with no interval - please note that latercomers will not be admitted
Beginning October 29:
Tuesday and Thursday @7pm
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday @8pm
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday @2pm
8 reviews, average rating: (3.1 Stars)
Even though the seats were expensive and the play was quite short this is... more
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