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Harold Pinter Theatre

Ralph Fiennes brings poet T S Eliot’s quartet, written during the Second World War, to the West End after a UK tour. Marking the first time Eliot’s late masterpiece has been adapted for the stage, the world premiere production plays in London for a strictly limited season.

Ralph Fiennes performs Eliot’s masterpiece

Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes returns to the West End with his acclaimed performance of T S Eliot’s late masterpiece Four Quartets. The world premiere production runs at the Harold Pinter Theatre for a strictly limited four-week season.

Exploring various themes including the nature of time and religious belief, Four Quartets is an interlinked series of four poems which were largely written during the Second World War. Considered by many to be the peak of Nobel Prize winner Eliot’s creative achievement, the poems are a moving reflection of faith and memory in times of national crisis.

Ralph Fiennes (Schindler’s List, The English Patient) directs and performs Eliot’s work, having previously taken the production on a UK tour.

With his monologue described as “magical” and “electric” by critics, Four Quartets tickets are an exciting opportunity to experience Fiennes’ incredible talents and Eliot’s exquisite poetry live.

Performance dates:
17 Dec 2021 - 18 Dec 2021
Running time:
1 hour and 15 minutes.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 12+
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Four Quartets Reviews

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  • 4 Stars28%
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User Reviews

An absolutely mesmerising performance from an actor that is incredible to see live. Amazing how such sophisticated text can be put to memory. One were some background or programme reading would also add to the enjoyment.

Performance date: 17 December 2021
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Ralph Fiennes is sublime in this performance and his grasp of the English language and diction of TS Eliot's poems is a joy to behold. It felt just the right length at 1 hour 20 mins as it is quite hard going to understand!

Performance date: 18 November 2021
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A masterpiece - worth seeing.

Performance date: 03 December 2021
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