by Harold Pinter
Emma – Rachel Harrison
Jerry – Colin Smith
Robert – Vince Bowers
Waiter – Mike Russell
Directed by Maggie Blaszczok
Tender, witty and beautifully observed, BETRAYAL is the story of a long term affair, told in reverse from 1977 to 1968. In this fascinating, unusual and un-Pinter-like play, Pinter shows that it is not always the major betrayals that destroy us, but the accumulation of the smaller lies.
This is a chance to see a rarely performed masterpiece.
“Betrayal is a new departure and a bold one, it shows heartlessly that the very capacity for love itself is sometimes based on betraying not only other loved ones, but even ourselves” New Society.