Directed by Sir Peter Hall, Pinter's 'Betrayal' is a study of the lies, deceit and guilt of illicit passion. Read More >
Harold Pinter’s ‘Betrayal’ is a game of consequences which asks one big question – if you knew where an action would lead, would you still do it? Starting with an indifferent reunion between the lovers years later, the play moves backwards in time, ending with the first erotically charged, passionate encounter nine years earlier and the fateful moment when the infidelity began. Directed by award-winner Sir Peter Hall, this bitter comedy is a study of the lies, deceit and guilt of illicit passion. But at what price is betrayal?