Pinter 6: Party Time/Celebration Tickets
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Pinter 6 tickets are now available for the Harold Pinter Theatre! Pinter 6: Party Time/Celebration is coming to the West End!
A scathing and bitterly amusing attack on the increasingly powerful and narcissistic super-rich, set against the backdrop of terrifying state oppression, the highly pertinent Party Time is paired with Harold Pinter’s final play, Celebration.
Celebration is an irresistible comedy about the vulgarity and ostentatious materialism of the nouveau riche, set in a fashionable London restaurant. An evening of social satire that chimes with our times, directed by Jamie Lloyd.
Cast includes Ron Cook, Phil Davis, Celia Imrie, Gary Kemp, Katherine Kingsley, Eleanor Matsuura, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Abraham Popoola and John Simm.
Do not miss your chance to see Pinter 6. Book your Pinter 6: Party Time/Celebration 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 4: Moonlight/Night School
Pinter 5: The Room/Victoria Station/Family Voices
Pinter 7: A Slight Ache/The Dumb Waiter
Also coming to the Pinter at the Pinter season is Betrayal starring Tom Hiddleston!
Age restrictionChildren under 5 will not be admitted. Suitable for ages 14+
Running time1hr 40 mins (inc 20 min interval)
Performance dates20 December 2018 - 26 January 2019
Venue InformationHarold Pinter TheatrePanton Street, London, SW1Y 4DN
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Reviews / Features
London Theatre Review: Pinter 6 – Party Time/Celebration at the Harold Pinter Theatre
If you have not yet seen a Harold Pinter play live on stage, then Party Time and Celebration offer a spectacular place to start. The two pieces, which were written eight years apart from each other (1991 and 1999), seem like two peas in a pod, with both exploring the indifference, ignorance, altruistic consumerism, and narcissism of the high bourgeoisie society. Jamie Lloyd, who spearheaded the Pinter at the Pinter season with Lady Antonia Fraser and who is also behind the director's helm for this double bill, has brought a visually simplistic yet refined rendition that remains tasteful amidst the characters' incredibly bombastic conversations and shocking commentaries that are at times as bitter as the red wine they so desperately quaff.
31 Dec, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
20 Pinter Plays You've Probably Never Seen Onstage Pt. 1
Harold Pinter was one of the most important and influential playwrights of our time, but some of his works you might have never seen played out on the stage. His plays can be categorised into three distinct styles: Comedies of Menace (1957-1968) featuring absurdist theatre, Memory Plays (1968-1982) that toy with elements of memory and time, and Overtly Political (1982-2000). We have ranked the 20 Harold Pinter plays you’ve probably never seen, counting down from number 20.
10 May, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels