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                                  Harold Pinter Theatre

The popular London Westend theatre, Harold Pinter Theatre is located at Panton Street,  London, SW1Y 4DN. Positioned close to Piccadilly Circus, which is one of the most popular theatres of London. The theatre is located in the central location and surrounded by some of the finest restaurants, bars and hotels. The venue is hugely popular amongst the theatre lovers and tourists.

Some other popular nearby attractions are Ritz Hotel, Hyde Park and the Royal Academy, and both Leicester Square and Covent Garden. The popular Harold Pinter Theatre is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Piccadilly Circus on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines are the nearest station to the theatre. You can visit the theatre via bus numbers 14, 19, 24, 29, 38 and 176.

In order to honour the late Harold Pinter, the theatre has been renamed. The venue mainly premiers new work by some of the most prolific writers such as Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams and the eponymous author himself. During 50s, Comedy Theatre underwent huge refurbishment but maintained the charm of a typical Victorian auditorium.

Harold Pinter theatre is categorised into four levels. The Stalls are deep and narrow with no central aisle. However, there are two pillars in the middle of the section which creates restrictions. There is pillar restriction at row B in Dress Circle. The Upper Circle is quite far away, where there is some restriction at the front section. The highest level of the theatre is Balcony with better seats towards the centre. For disabled visitors, theatre offers concession tickets. The Box office has an induction loop with infra-red system is equipped within auditorium.

Year 1881 marked the debut of previously titled, Comedy Theatre. Since 1972, the current building has been Grade II-listed and played a varied selection of opera and original plays. The theatre hosted some controversial performances like A View from the Bridge, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Tea and Sympathy at the theatre. The theatre also hosted the award-winning new Almeida play Chimerica in the year 2003. The theatre is currently running Sunny Afternoon a musical.


Venue Info

6 Panton Street, London, SW1Y 4DN

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