New dates in 2021 for Good starring David Tennant

Last Updated on 7 May 2021 by Showcall Editorial Team

New dates have been announced for the revival of CP Taylor’s play, Good, starring David Tennant, relocating it to London’s Harold Pinter Theatre in 2021.

David Tennant
David Tennant

Originally due to open at the Playhouse Theatre on 6 October this year, it is now scheduled to run at the Harold Pinter Theatre – also part of Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) – from 21 April to 17 July next year. The cast will also include Fenella Woolgar and Elliot Levey.

Current ticket holders will be given priority for the new dates and do not need to do anything. The point of purchase will be in touch with ticket holders to reschedule or refund their booking.

Good will be directed by Dominic Cooke and produced by Fictionhouse and Playful Productions. The play originally premiered in London in 1981 and explores how liberal-minded Germans were seduced into accepting Nazism and the Holocaust.

Kate Horton, co-founder of Fictionhouse, said: “We’re truly thankful to our fantastic audience for their incredible enthusiasm for the production and their patience and understanding while we worked on rescheduling the run.

“It was a real sadness not to be able to share Good with them this autumn and we’ll be making sure that we are in touch with everyone who had already booked to give them priority service for the new dates, before we open booking on October 12.

“David Tennant, Dominic Cooke, ATG and the whole team have been utterly dedicated to making the show happen for everyone as soon as it is safe to do so and it will be thrilling to see everyone at the beautiful, intimate Harold Pinter Theatre this spring.”

Extra tickets for the new dates for Good at the Harold Pinter Theatre go on sale at 10am on Monday 12 October 2020.

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