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David Tennant stars in C.P. Taylor's Good in 2021!

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David Tennant returns to the West End in Good 2021 at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Superstar David Tennant (The Pillowman) is returning to the West End stage in C.P. Taylor’s Good, play tickets are available now and sure to sell out quickly. This play explores how a seemingly good person can be lured step, by logical step into the most deplorable of actions. David Tennant in the West End for 12 weeks only. Do not miss your chance to see David Tennant play London, book tickets for Good the play in London fast to avoid disappointment!

📧 Tickets to the newly rescheduled 2021 run of Good go on sale Monday, 12 October 2020! Be sure to sign up for our mailing list to be reminded as soon as these tickets become available!

Good C.P. Taylor play plot 

What exactly makes a good man? John Halder (David Tennant) is a man who asks himself that question, but he is also a man who knows implicitly that he is a good man. But in 1930s Germany good men seem to be taking small steps toward big bad things. The choices that a person makes might seem logical at the time, but they may also be the difference between extreme good and utter evil.

This play is a brilliant take on morality and especially relevant in our current times of turbulence.  Originally created for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Good is said to be one of the most definitive pieces of English language theatre on the topic of the Holocaust. 

David Tennant plays 2020 run at the Harold Pinter Theatre

After the rumours that circulated of David Tennant starring in one of the incredible shows in the Pinter at the Pinter season turned out to be unfounded, fans have been waiting with bated breath to see when the star would next appear on the West End stage. Good will mark Tennant’s first return to the stage since he starred in Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho at Wyndham’s Theatre in 2017. 

Though Tennant is now a household name for his roles in hit television series (Doctor Who, Broadchurch, Good Omens), he trained at drama school and he got his start in theatre shows. As a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Tennant starred in many classic works. Among his most notable performances for the company are Hamlet, Richard III and Love’s Labour Lost. The most recent of his West End shows was his award-winning role in Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho.

The actor has won numerous award for his varied work. Tennant has won 2 BAFTA awards, a daytime Emmy and a Constellation award. He was nominated for an Olivier award in 2003 for his portrayal of Jeff in the Donmar Warehouse run of Lobby Hero. He has been nominated and won many fan awards, including the WhatsOnStage award for Best Actor in a Play, twice. 

The Harold Pinter Theatre run of Good will be under the direction of award-winner Dominic Cooke. The director is known for his award-winning productions of The Crucible, Clybourne Park, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and Follies, among others. London’s Harold Pinter Theatre is host to stunning stars in 2021, and David Tennant is at the top of the list. More information about additional cast members and the creative team will be released in due course. 

Good starring David Tennant from 21 April - 17 July 2021!

London theatre tickets are soon available for Good starring David Tennant. They are sure to be some of the hottest tickets of 2021, so make sure you grab your tickets ASAP before it’s too late. Book tickets for Good at London’s Pinter Theatre, on sale Monday, 12 October 2020.

Additional Information

Age restriction

To be confirmed.

Running time

To be confirmed.

Performance dates

21 April 2021 - 17 July 2021

Special notes

This is the rescheduled spring/summer 2021 run for the postponed 2020 autumn run of Good. Please note that the appearance of any star cannot be guaranteed.

Venue Information

Playhouse TheatreNorthumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5DE