4 stars - Sunday Times, Evening Standard, Financial Times, Sunday Express
‘As hilarious as it is chilling’ - Daily Telegraph
‘Birth, death and black comedy… A powerfully acted production that bristles with unease and menace.’ - Evening Standard
‘Brilliant…both sinister and absurdly funny…a triumph. The cast are chilling and hilarious.’ - Independent on Sunday
At once chilling and deliriously funny, Harold Pinter write The Hothouse just before The Caretaker in 1958. This early play is an opportunity to see theatre at its darkly comic best.