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Oslo Overview

★★★★★
Financial Times, Radio Times, The Times

‘Witty, gripping, Shakespearean in scope. Delivered by a flawless ensemble’
Financial Times

Direct from a multi award- winning season on Broadway and a critically acclaimed, sold-out run at the National Theatre.

Oslo tells the true story of two maverick Norwegian diplomats Terje Rød-Larsen, (Toby Stephens - Black Sails, Private Lives) and Mona Juul, (Lydia Leonard - Wolf Hall, Life in Squares) planned and orchestrated top-secret, high-level meetings between the State of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organisation, which culminated in the signing of the historic 1993 Oslo Accords.  

Oslo is proudly supporting Children of Peace
 
For the month of October, when booking your Oslo ticket via ATG Tickets, there will be an option online to add a £1 charity donation to the price of each ticket to benefit Children of Peace or if booking by phone, please quote ‘Children of Peace Donation’
 
 
Ts&Cs: Valid for tickets booked via ATG Tickets only from 2 Oct – 31 Oct. Not applicable for tickets booked at the box office or via the National Theatre. £1 donation applies per each ticket booked. Not applicable for tickets booked in person.
 
★★★★
‘A fast-paced, quick-witted intellectual thriller. Remarkable’
The Independent

★★★★★
‘Toby Stephens is brilliant’
The Times

★★★★
‘Lydia Leonard is excellent’
Evening Standard

‘A modern day masterpiece’
Time Out

★★★★
‘A drama-filled dream of peace and diplomacy’
Metro

★★★★
‘An important reminder of our shared humanity’
Metro

★★★★
‘Watch, learn, marvel. Epic drama makes history’
The Daily Telegraph

★★★★
The Guardian, Daily Mail, The Stage, Jewish Chronicle

From 2 Oct | Harold Pinter Theatre