Pinter’s searing 70s perspective on infidelity
Sun 11 Sep 2016 to Sat 17 Sep 2016
Hampton Hill Theatre: Coward Studio
“Strong, believable performances”
“Technically stunning and slick”
“Excellent use of music”

For seven years, Robert’s wife Emma has been having an affair with Jerry, his best friend. But, when it’s over, scene by scene we go back in time to its beginning.  Pinter’s semi-autobiographic masterpiece satirizes ‘swinging’ London’s affluent intelligentsia and explores the meaning of betrayal on many levels, not least the way time itself betrays us all.

From opposing ends of social change, TTC’s Double Treachery Season offers two very different takes on infidelity from two of Britain’s greatest writers - Harold Pinter’s Betrayal (11-17 Sept), followed by Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair (25 Sept–1 Oct).

An amateur production by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
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