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At the Harold Pinter Theatre currently booking to 15 June 2024

The Hills Of California

Genre: Play

Age recommendation and guidance: 16 years+

Content Warnings (may contain spoilers): Includes themes of an adult and sensitive nature. This production contains smoking onstage.


New play The Hills of California comes to London’s West End in 2024 and is sure to be a must watch.

Following their multi-award-winning triumph, The Ferryman, Jez Butterworth, writer of Jerusalem, and Sam Mendes, director of The Lehman Trilogy, reunite for this new production.

The latest show from the acclaimed duo will run at Harold Pinter Theatre, for a limited season, from 27 January to 15 June 2024.

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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 cast

The show will feature Laura Donnelly (The Ferryman, The Nevers, Outlander), Leanne Best (Sweat, Ripper Street, Line of Duty), Ophelia Lovibond (Minx, W1A, The Effect) and Helena Wilson (Vogue World, Jack Absolute Flies Again, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern) as the Webb family.

They are joined by Bryan Dick, Shaun Dooley, Corey Johnson, Richard Lumsden, Natasha Magigi, Nancy Allsop, Sophia Ally, Lara McDonnell, Nicola Turner, Will Barratt, Georgina Hellier, Alfie Jackson, Lucy Moran, Stevie Raine, Jasmyn Banks, Jessica Elisa Boyd, Monica Faldes, William Lawlor and Angela Phinnimore.

The production has design by Rob Howell, lighting design by Natasha Chivers, sound design by, composition and arrangements by Nick Powell, choreography by Ellen Kane, musical supervision and arrangements by Candida Caldicot, casting direction by Amy Ball, Young Person’s casting direction by Verity Naughton and associate direction by Zoé Ford Burnett.

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