By Harold Pinter - Starring Jonathan Pryce With Alan Cox and Alex Hassell
A Liverpool Everyman Production
Australian Premiere/Exclusive to Adelaide
STARRING: Jonathan Pryce
“PRYCE GIVES A FIRST-RATE PERFORMANCE.”
“It’s about two brothers and a caretaker,” Harold Pinter said simply of his early masterwork The Caretaker. More than 50 years since the play’s debut, West End powerhouse Jonathan Pryce is the definitive Caretaker in a “near flawless production” endorsed by the late Pinter.
After captivating London with rave reviews and sell-out performances Pryce makes his Australian debut in a production remounted exclusively for Adelaide Festival before its San Francisco and New York tour.
Don’t miss legendary film and stage actor Pryce in one of the 20th century’s most important and compelling plays.
Download the pre-show audio introduction for The Caretaker.
PAUL GRABOWSKY INTRODUCES THE CARETAKER
AUSLAN INTRODUCTION FOR THE CARETAKER
Her Majesty's Theatre
Thu 8 Mar – Fri 9 Mar 8pm
Sat 10 Mar, Wed 14 Mar – Sat 17 Mar, Wed 21 Mar – Fri 23 Mar 8pm
Sun 11 Mar & Sun 18 Mar 3pm
Tue 13 Mar & Tue 20 Mar 6.30pm
Post show on stage Sun 11 Mar
165 minutes (including interval)
A reserve $75
B reserve $60
Premium $119, Friends $101
A reserve $99, Friends $85
B reserve $85, Friends $72, concession $60
Fringe Benefits $30
For Fringe Benefits bookings, please call BASS on 131 246.
Contains smoking on stage
Wheelchair side access
Assistive listening systems
Audio description Sunday 11 March 3pm
Audio description Thursday 22 March 8pm
Her Majesty's Theatre
Director: Christopher Morahan
Presented by Adelaide Festival and Adelaide Festival Centre
Patrons please be advised that latecomers will be required to wait for 25 minutes after the show commences before they will be able to enter the theatre.
On sale since July 2011
Season extended due to popular demand
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