Discount Tickets for South Downs & The Browning Version

Having completed a critially acclaimed and sold-out-run as part of Chichester Festival 2011 the double bill of South Downs and The Browning Version has transferred to the Harold Pinter Theatre in London. Tickets are now available, but only until 21st July. For more information and to find discounted tickets for this highly acclaimed “double bill” of Terence Rattigan’s one-act masterpiece and David Hare’s specially commissioned companion piece go to TheatreTickets.net.  The reviews – see below – praise this piece of great theatre drama.

If you would like to make an evening of your visit to the Harold Pinter Theatre, why not book a dinner & show package which consists of a two course meal from the pre-theatre menue at Prezzo Haymarket with a balcony ticket for the total price of £27.50 (the ticket alone would normally cost £25.00). This dinner & show package is valid for Monday to Saturday evenings only.

Anna Chancellor and Nicholas Farrell lead the casts in these plays which examine life in boarding schools. Rattigan’s Harrow School and Hare’s Lancing College provide the backdrop for two moving and resounding stories, one told through the eyes of a master and the other through the eyes of a boy.

South Downs is set at Lancing College in Sussex where a sharp young pupil (a role reprised by young actor Alex Lawther, celebrated for this professional debut) is cut off from the rest of the school by virtue of his own intellect, background and questioning spirit.

Rattigan’s The Browning Version presents the retiring Classics master Mr Crocker-Harris, tired, dried up and an abhorred tyrant over his pupils.

“A beautifully melancholic study of the self-dislike many of us experience in our teens”
- The Guardian

“You leave the theatre in no doubt that you have watched a great production of a play of extraordinary depth, compassion and psychological perception”
- The Telegraph

‘A beautifully melancholic study of the self-dislike many of us experience in our teens’
- The Guardian

‘You leave the theatre in no doubt that you have watched a great production of a play of extraordinary depth, compassion and psychological perception’
- The Telegraph

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