£20 - £130
Nina Raineâ€™s â€˜blistering new playâ€™ (New York Times), directed by Roger Michell, makes a triumphant and timely transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre this May, following a sold out season at the National Theatre.
Why is Justice blind? Is she impartial? Or is she blinkered? Friends take opposing briefs in a contentious legal case. The key witness is a woman whose life seems a world away from theirs. At home, their own lives begin to unravel as every version of the truth is challenged.
This â€˜tense, entertaining modern-day tragi-comedyâ€™ (Daily Telegraph) takes a searing look at the law whilst putting modern relationships into the dock.
Running Time: Two hours and 20 minutes, with one intermission
Harold Pinter Theatre(London, )
Panton Street London SW1Y 4DN
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by Laura Jones - May 31, 2018
Nina Raine's Consent first premiered last year at the National Theatre, before the #MeToo movement happened and the change that it has brought about in society. The topic of consent is extremely relevant today and the production's transfer to the West End is timely, offering those who may have seen it at the National a whole new perspective.
by Review Roundups - May 29, 2018
Sonia Friedman Productions and the National Theatre present the West End production of Nina Raine's Consent following the 2017 critically acclaimed sell-out run at the Dorfman Theatre. Directed by Roger Michell and originally co-produced and commissioned by Out of Joint, Consent will playthrough 18 May for a strictly limited 12-week run.
by BWW News Desk - April 16, 2018
Today (16 April 2018), rehearsals begin for the West End production of Nina Raine's Consent which will begin previews at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 18 May with its opening night on 29 May 2018. Directed by Roger Michell and originally co-produced and commissioned by Out of Joint, this strictly limited 12-week run is booking through to 11 August 2018 following the 2017 critically acclaimed sell-out run at the National Theatre. A series of accompanying pre-show talks and discussions exploring ideas of justice, consent, marriage and modern parenthood will be announced at a later date.