Betrayal - FAQs
What is the running time of BETRAYAL?
The production runs for 90 minutes with no interval.
When and where will BETRAYAL be running?
BETRAYAL is currently enjoying a 13 week run at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London – and will close in the West End on 8 June 2019.
Tom Hiddleston plays the role of Robert, Zawe Ashton plays Emma and Charlie Cox plays Jerry.
What is the max number of tickets I can buy for BETRAYAL?
You can purchase a maximum of 6 tickets per booking.
When will I receive my tickets?
The reselling of tickets for Betrayal is strictly prohibited and may result in those tickets becoming void. For this reason, tickets will be sent out no earlier than 2 weeks in advance. If collecting from the Box Office, you must have a valid ID.
Can I sell my tickets on to other people?
No. Any reselling of tickets is strictly prohibited and may result in those tickets becoming void. Please only book if you will be attending yourself, as valid ID will be required for all ticket collections – and tickets despatched no earlier than 2 weeks in advance of your performance.
Have Access performances been scheduled?
Yes. Access performances will be taking place on the following dates: 6 May 2019 (Audio Described), 13 May 2019 (Captioned Performance in partnership with Stagetext)
Will Tom Hiddleston be on at every performance of BETRAYAL?
Tom Hiddleston is currently scheduled to be on at every performance. Producers naturally cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to illness or injury.
How do I access and book the exclusive £15 stalls seats for U30's, key workers and recipients of JSA?
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Will it be possible to purchase tickets on the day?
To enquire about ticket availability, feel free to speak to box office staff in person or via 0844 871 7622. Please note, however, that there is no formal day seat policy for this production.