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    WEST END COUTURE FOR BETRAYAL

    Eagerly awaited new play Betrayal opens with previews on 27th May at the Comedy Theatre and it is going to be a stylishly fashionable production.

    Starring Kristin Scott Thomas, an Yves Saint Laurent devotee, she and her fellow stars Douglas Hensall and Ben Miles are being costumed by the label's creative director Stefano Pilati who agreed to design the costumes for the production.  Kristin Scott Thomas was pictured in the front row of Yves Saint Laurent's fashion show in March and has often chosen the designer for her red carpet moments as well as being dressed by the designer in film roles such as 2006's The Valet.

    The play by award winning writer Harold Pinter is considered a modern classic and is having a limited 12 week run until 12th August.  The plot of Betrayal exposes different  kinds of betrayals occurring over a period of nine years, relating to a seven-year affair involving a married couple, Emma and Robert, and Robert's "close friend" Jerry with the scenes taking place in reverse chronology from 1977 to 1968.

    Please sure to put your best fashion foot forward and dress up for your night out in the West End!

    Book Betrayal tickets online now.

    [posted by Louise, 25/05/2011]
     



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