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Tom Hiddleston at Happy Birthday, Harold

Tom Hiddleston at Happy Birthday, Harold

Tom Hiddleston discusses the works of Harold Pinter

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson First Published 20 February 2019, Last Updated 25 February 2019

In case you hadn’t heard (or seen the stunning rehearsal photos), Tom Hiddleston is all set to take on the lead in the finale of the remarkable Pinter at the Pinter season: Betrayal.

So with just a fortnight to go until Betrayal’s first performance, we thought we’d look back to the start of the season in October, when a thrilling cast of stars took to the Harold Pinter Theatre stage for Happy Birthday, Harold – a charity gala of his work to commemorate his birthday.

And amongst the star-studded array of performers was the brilliant Tom Hiddleston himself – who took time on the evening to tell us what the work of Pinter means to him.


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First published 16 October 2018; Updated 20 February 2019


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