Famously played backwards in time, Betrayal - one of Pinter’s most oft-revived plays - traces a seven-year affair between art gallery owner Emma and literary agent Jerry, the best friend of her publisher husband Robert, from its poignant end to its first illicit kiss. It was last seen in London at the Donmar Warehouse in 2007, when it starred Dervla Kirwan and Samuel West.
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