BETRAYAL by Harold Pinter

A multiple betrayal in a journey of time to the past

‘’Betrayal’’, one of the greatest plays of the Nobel prized English playwright Harold Pinter, with autobiographical inspiration, in Greek translation by Marios Ploritis and direction by Odyseas Papaspiliopoulos, is being presented at the Theatre Mikro Pallas since 15 January 2018.

The talented actors Giorgos Chrisostomou, Pygmalion Dadakaridis and Katerina Papadaki in a travel towards the past, with only guide the memory which sometimes betrays….

It’s the ten-year route of an illegal love affair of a man with his best friend’s wife. The playwright narrates the story of his three heroes, from the end of the story, back to the beginning of their relationship, ten years ago.

The playwright himself adapted his play as a screenplay in 1983, directed by David Jones, starring Jeremy Irons, Ben Kingsley and Patricia Hodge.

THE ARTBASSADOR has licensed the Greek production, on behalf of F PINTER Limited, c/o Judy Daish Associates Ltd ( which represents the author’s Harold Pinter’s rights.