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Betrayed: the story of Harold Pinter's Betrayal

By George Cole

Betrayal is one of the most complex and finest plays of the modern era.” Samuel West
“It’s an incredibly complex story of love and betrayal.”  Kristin Scott Thomas

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“I think Betrayal is as close to perfect as a play can get; I think it’s a masterpiece.” John Simm


When Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal opened at the National Theatre in 1978, it received decidedly mixed reviews, with one critic dismissing it as a: “women’s magazine romance that goes backwards until it disappears up its own pauses.” Since then, Betrayal has become one of Pinter’s classics, with some describing it as one of the greatest plays of the twentieth century.
Betrayed: the story of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal for the first time tells the stories behind many of the key UK productions, from the 1978 NT production to the acclaimed 2012 Crucible Theatre production.
With contributions from actors, directors, designers, lighting designers, sound designers, musicians, stage management, production managers and more, Betrayed provides a unique insight into how Pinter’s masterwork is being constantly reworked, reinterpreted and renewed.
Contributors include:
Actors: Michael Sheen, Douglas Hodge, Kristin Scott Thomas, Ben Miles, Patricia Hodge, Martin Shaw, Anthony Calf, Penelope Wilton, Janie Dee, Artro Morris, Patricia Doyle, Samuel West, Colin Tierney, James Supervia, Cheryl Campbell, Bryan Marshall, Aden Gillett, Hugo Speer, John Guerrasio, Thomas Tinker, Ruth Gemmell, Imogen Stubbs, Toby Stephens, Olivia Colman, John Simm, Harry Burton, Corrinne Wicks, William Hoyland, Pamela Salem.
Directors: Ian Rickson, Roger Michell, David Leveaux, Nick Bagnall, Michael Grandage, Jonathan Kent, Gaynor Macfarlane, David Hare, Di Trevis, Mitch Hooper, Michael Cabot, Ned Chaillet, Richard Cottrell.
Designers: Mark Thompson, Es Devlin, William Dudley, Ian MacNeil, Colin Richmond and Eileen Diss.
Also included are film and radio versions, several key US productions, and a televised scene from Betrayal.
Cover credit: Janie Dee and Aden Gillett in the 2003 Peter Hall production of Betrayal © Nobby Clark/ArenaPAL

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