Browse Venues

You can browse all venues at which productions of Harold Pinter's work has been performed that are captured in the database. 

At present, the names of venues that begin with 'The' (such as 'The Old Vic') appear alphabeticed under 'T'. 

For the purposes of the database a 'venue' is understood to be the stage and auditorium, or equivalent. Theatres such as The Royal National theatre or the Royal Court Theatre, therefore, contain more than one 'venue' within this database.

You can also filter these venues alphabetically, or you might simply search works using the box up to the right. 

Once inside an entry for a venue, go down to the 'production' section to see a list of Pinter productions that have been hosted there.

National Theatre: Cottesloe Theatre

Renamed the Dorfman Theatre in 2010. To check productions played on the NT's other South Bank stage...
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National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre

The Lyttelton is a proscenium theatre in London's National Theatre. The Lyttelton Theatre was named...
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National Theatre: Olivier Theatre

Located in the Royal National Theatre, London. The largest of the NT's three stages on the South B...
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New Ambassadors Theatre

In 1996, the Ambassadors Theatre was bought by its namesake the Ambassador Theatre Group, now the la...
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New Theatre Royal Lincoln

Located in Lincoln, England, 'in the heart of Lincoln’s Cultural Quarter on Clasketgate' (NTRL websi...
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New Theatre, Cardiff

Located in Cardiff city centre, Wales, the New Theatre is 'one of the principal theatres in Cardiff'...
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New Vic Studio, Bristol

'Following a short trial season of work by visiting companies, Bristol Old Vic’s New Vic Studio offi...
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New Vic Theatre

'The New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England, is a purpose-built theatre in...
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New Wimbledon Theatre

Designed by designed by Cecil Aubrey Massey and Roy Young and built by J. B. Mulholland, the New Wi...
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New Wolsey, Ipswich

Opened in 2001 in the old Wolsey Theatre, after it had been closed in 1999. For productions that too...
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Noel Coward Theatre

The Noel Coward Theatre was renamed the Albery Theatre in 1973 after director and theatre manager S...
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Norwich Playhouse

Located by the riverside at the centre of Norwich, Norfolk, England. '[F]ormerly [...] a 19th Centur...
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