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Tom Hiddleston's Betrayal announces £15 West End rush tickets

The piece also stars Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox

Zawe Ashton, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox
Zawe Ashton, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox
© Charlie Gray

From 4 March there will be weekly rush tickets available for the revival of Harold Pinter's Betrayal in the West End.

Directed by Jamie Lloyd and starring Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox, the piece runs at the Harold Pinter Theatre for a strictly limited season until 1 June.

Every week at 12pm, customers will be able to buy tickets via the ATG website on the #BetrayalRush tab. They will be given a random place in the queue to try to purchase £15 stall seat tickets (with a maximum of two tickets per person). Over 300 tickets will be obtainable each week.

Tickets are available exclusively for under-30s, key workers and those receiving job-seekers allowance. In the case of under-30s, both ticket holders have to be aged under 30.

Lloyd said: "Having come from a low-income, working-class background, it has felt essential to introduce the work of Harold Pinter (the working-class bloke from Hackney) to theatregoers from all walks of life, including many who have never been to the theatre before, with 25,000 good seats for only £15 across our Pinter at the Pinter season."