'I've always rather liked Jerry.Â To be honest, I've always liked him rather more than IÂ?ve liked you.Â Maybe I should have had an affair with him myself' Robert, Betrayal.
Sometimes you'll find there can be three people in a marriage...
Over a period of nine years, we are shown the high price of passion and the damage inflicted by desire. Harold Pinter's remarkable play explores how our loves and our losses echo and accumulate through time.
An Olivier award winning play, which premiered at the National Theatre in 1978, Betrayal is now considered a modern classic. This brand new production stars Kristin Scott Thomas, Douglas Henshall and Ben Miles, in a limited run until 20 August.
Director Ian Rickson, who directed Harold Pinter himself in the heralded Krapp's Last Tape, has had many recent successes, including the critically acclaimed Jerusalem, The Children's Hour andÂ The Seagull, as well as a production of Pinter's The Hothouse at the National Theatre in 2007.
Playing at Harold Pinter Theatre