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Harold Pinter Theatre

The Harold Pinter Theatre opened on 15 October 1881 as the Royal Comedy Theatre. The theatre's reputation grew through the First World War when C B Cochran and André Charlot presented their famous review shows. The range of work at The Harold Pinter Theatre has been far reaching, from musical comedies to revival and experimental theatre and includes hugely successful shows such as Savages starring Paul Scofield in 1973 and The... Read more >>

Harold Pinter Theatre Blog

Unmissable London Theatre in 2017

Posted: 23rd October 2015

With everything from Rock and Roll, classic Musical Theatre, brand new shows, bold reimaginings of timeless stories and revivals of shows loved by audiences worldwide, there's undoubtedly something for everyone in 2017.

Laurence Olivier Awards 2014

Posted: 14th March 2014

We're very proud to have been involved with so many excellent productions over the last year and are thrilled to see how many have scooped nominations for the 2014 Olivier Awards.

List of all ATG's Theatres

Posted: 12th September 2013

Did you know that ATG owns 40 theatres? Each unique in their own special way... here are some nice photos that show them off at their best.

Best of British: Why do we love the West End?

Posted: 30th July 2013

We went to the heart of the theatre district to find out why you think London's West End is so great.

2013 Theatre News Round Up

Posted: 15th July 2013

Here are some of 2013’s top theatre headline grabbers so you can get up to speed on all that’s been happening in the theatre world.

How Pinter changed the landscape of British theatre

Posted: 9th July 2013

Director Jamie Lloyd hosts a panel discussion of Pinter's influence on British theatre, with theatre critic Michael Billington, playwright Nick Payne and actresses Gina McKee and Lea Williams.

New Writing: Why It's Important

Posted: 16th May 2013

We'd just like to take a moment to raise a metaphorical glass to new writing and celebrate its successes and omniscience.

Laurence Olivier Awards 2013

Posted: 26th April 2013

Celebrating and paying tribute to Sir Laurence Olivier himself, the 2013 awards and our many talented nominees.

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