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Harold Pinter Theatre, London3.924 reviews
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Pinter at the Pinter season tickets are now available! Book your Pinter 4: Moonlight/Night School tickets today!

The brutality of family life and the subjectivity of memory are explored in the emotionally raw and richly funny Moonlight, directed by Olivier Award winner Lyndsey Turner, in which the past haunts the dark, lonely recesses of a dying father’s bedroom. 

An East End criminal returns home from prison to find his room has been occupied by a mysterious woman with a secret. Set in the sweaty nightclubs and claustrophobic boarding houses of 1960s London, this is a rare opportunity to see the brilliantly witty and vivid Night School, directed by the inventive young director, Ed Stambollouian. 

Casting includes: Jessica Barden, Brid BrennanJanie DeeAbbie FinnRobert Glenister, Isis Hainsworth, Peter Polycarpou, Dwane Walcott, and Al Weaver

Do not miss your chance to see Pinter 4. Book your Pinter 4: Moonlight.Night School tickets at the Pinter Theatre now to ensure the best seats at the best prices.

The Pinter at the Pinter Season consists of 7 different productions, make sure you have tickets to all of the others as well!

Pinter 1: One For The Road/New World Order/Mountain Language/Ashes to Ashes
Pinter 2: The Lover/The Collection
Pinter 3: Landscape/A Kind of Alaska/Monologue
Pinter 5: The Room/Victoria Station/Family Voices
Pinter 6: Party Time/Celebration
Pinter 7: A Slight Ache/The Dumb Waiter

Also coming to the Pinter at the Pinter season is Betrayal starring Tom Hiddleston!

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 5 will not be admitted.

Running time

2 hours and 30 minutes

Performance dates

1 November - 8 December 2018

Venue Information

Harold Pinter TheatrePanton Street, London, SW1Y 4DN

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Customer Reviews

24 reviews3.9

Alison Adams9th December

Loved it. Great acting. Thought provoking script. Plenty of discussion afterwards.

Clan Schuur2nd December

Great performance, especially combining the two was a great idea. Set design was marvelous as well

Reginald O'Neill2nd December

Excelent theatre vintage Pinter - very memorable, Glennister is on top form

Alan Sensicle1st December

Really enjoyed the Pinter experience, always thought provoking

kasia leczycka1st December

I have enjoyed it. Only if it wouldnt be so cold in theater....

M J Lamb30th November

Enjoyable, amusing and thought-provoking

Bill Rodwell28th November

It was good fun. I suspect Pinter3 is better,

Gill Bannister28th November

Totally convincing acting, interesting set, somewhat bewildering stories (typical Pinter!)

Louise Clarke28th November

Second half was outstanding. Staging/acting. The only actor I struggled with was the young girl. She seemed very wooden and stiff and unable to create a rounded believeable character.

meg25th November

Really interesting evening. Not the best theatre, but worth seeing.

Steven Castledine25th November

Excellent series of one-act plays by Pinter - great acting.

Pam Newivk24th November

I was sitting with my friend in the back row of the dress circle. A woman with several books was sitting two seats away, flicking the pages and scribbling, for the whole of the time until the interval. This was immensely distracting and completely destroyed our concentration on the first play, Moonlight. When we pointed this out she said, in an aggressive tone, that she was the assistant director(?) and needed to continue the activity. There was a completely empty row on the other side of the dress circle but she refused to move there. In the interval we explained the situation to a theatre guide and asked to move to the empty area. She said it would be ok if nobody arrived late for the seats. We spoke to another theatre employee who said he was appraised of the situation and had come to reseat us. There was no apology from anyone. Neither of us has experienced such a situation in decades of theatre-going.