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Performance

VenueLyttelton (National Theatre)
Other spaces: Lyttelton Loft
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From14th November 1998
To7th April 1999
What is currently on at Lyttelton (National Theatre) (V374)

Betrayal

BetrayalT198881170
Venturing beneath the cosy facade of middle-class life and into one of every day deceit, Betrayal is a play that begins with an ending. Meet Robert, a publisher, and his wife Emma who runs an art gallery. Add in Robert's best friend Jerry, a literary agent, and then consider the fact that Emma and Jerry have had a seven-year affair and things begin to get interesting. Betrayal opens with Emma and Jerrry meeting for a drink two years after the affair has ended, tracing the relationship of the three backwards over nine years to the evening when it all began...is Emma betraying her husband?...is Jerry betraying his best friend?...or are they all betraying themselves. First played in 1978.
Author Harold Pinter


Archive :: production:T198881170, play:S2540, venue:V374

Production details

Company

Director Trevor Nunn
Design Es Devlin
Lighting Rick Fisher
Design Chris Laing (video)
Performer Imogen Stubbs
Performer Douglas Hodge
Performer Anthony Calf

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