London: Harold Pinter’s Betrayal opens today at the Donmar Warehouse. The drama stars Dervla Kirwan, Toby Stephens, and Samuel West.
The creative team includes design by William Dudley, lighting design by Rick Fisher, and sound design by John Owens. Roger Michell directs.
Betrayal premiered in 1978 at the National Theatre. A new production came to the West End’s Duchess Theatre in 2003.
Betrayal is a shattering account of love and deceit. A seven year affair is played out in reverse – from its poignant end to its illicit first kiss.
For Betrayal tickets visit www.donmarwarehouse.com.