See in the New Year with Old Times


Released on: January 02, 2013, 9:57 am
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Harold Pinter three-hander to play at the theatre named after the playwright in central London this January

-- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Theatre-goers and fans of contemporary stage literature will be delighted to hear of the revival of Harold Pinter's darkly well-observed Old Times, which comes to the aptly-named Harold Pinter theatre from January 12th until April 6th 2013.

One of the playwright's lesser-played, but hugely celebrated works that combines measured, expansive writing with underlying social and sexual tension between its main characters, the 2013 revival of Old Times also brings some huge names to the stage.

Set in a farmhouse, married couple Deeley and Kate chat about the impedning visit of their old friend Anna. But with Anna's arrival comes a resurgence of the sexual tension, rivalry and intrigue which was never resolved between the group.

Starring Rufus Sewell, Kristin Scott Thomas and Lia Williams, it's an all-star cast, directed by Ian Rickson. The Harold Pinter Theatre, recently re-christened after the Nobel-award-winning writer, is in the heart of Soho, and a suitably intimate yet important location for such a play.

LondonTown.com is on hand for theatre fans travelling up for the show – or for Londoners looking to make a special night of it – with hotel offers on central luxury and budget rooms in the city.

Customers can find London hotels on the LondonTown.com website – great offers include 67% off the 5* Guoman Hotel on Horse Guards Parade, a short walk from the theatre – with doubles for £156 on the night of February 9th.

Or guests can add a little rock star buzz with a stay at the Sanctum Soho Hotel London for £183 for a double at this 5* retreat in one of the city's busiest districts.

-ENDS-

 


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