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The Lover by Harold Pinter is one of the best-known plays written by Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter.  

A seemingly happily married couple, Richard and Sarah, live in a house in the countryside. The husband leaves home early for work, whereas the wife spends every afternoon with her lover. 

Employing a simple, everyday yet sharp language, Pinter places his characters in a psychological and mental game where roles are alternating, where the line between the real and the imaginary is blurry, where marriage and social conventions are being negated, and the protagonists lay themselves bare in front of the audience.  

Directed by: Maria Kyriakou 
Translated by: Constantina Ioannidou 
Set and Costume Design: Constantina Andreou 
Music: Panos Bartzis 
Lighting Design: Vasilis Petinaris 
Assistant Director: Thekla Flouri 
On stage: Stelios Andronikou and Maria Philippou 
Poster Design: Yiorgos Sisamos 
Photographer: Vasilis Doritis 
Production: Side Effect 

 In Greek

Tickets: €15/12