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The Hills of California

Harold Pinter Theatre

Sat 27 Jan - Sat 15 Jun 2024

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Following their multi-award-winning triumph The Ferryman, Jez Butterworth, writer of Jerusalem, resumes his partnership with Sam Mendes, director of The Lehman Trilogy, to bring you The Hills of California.

This house. It’s called “Sea View”.  It’s just I’ve looked out of every window, and you can’t. You can’t see the sea.

Blackpool, 1976. The driest summer in 200 years. The beaches are packed. The hotels are heaving. In the sweltering backstreets, far from the choc ices and donkey rides, the Webb Sisters are returning to their mother’s run-down guest house, as she lies dying upstairs.

The Hills of California plays at Harold Pinter Theatre from 27 January 2024 for a strictly limited season.

Includes themes of an adult and sensitive nature.

The production is not able to guarantee the appearance of any specific actor due to illness or unforeseen circumstances.

This production contains smoking onstage.

Book The Hills of California Tickets at the Harold Pinter Theatre Official Box Office

Following their multi-award-winning triumph The Ferryman, Jez Butterworth, writer of Jerusalem, resumes his partnership with Sam Mendes, director of The Lehman Trilogy, to bring you The Hills of California.

This house. It’s called “Sea View”.  It’s just I’ve looked out of every window, and you can’t. You can’t see the sea.

Blackpool, 1976. The driest summer in 200 years. The beaches are packed. The hotels are heaving. In the sweltering backstreets, far from the choc ices and donkey rides, the Webb Sisters are returning to their mother’s run-down guest house, as she lies dying upstairs.

The Hills of California plays at Harold Pinter Theatre from 27 January 2024 for a strictly limited season.

Includes themes of an adult and sensitive nature.

The production is not able to guarantee the appearance of any specific actor due to illness or unforeseen circumstances.

This production contains smoking onstage.