David Tennant returns to the West End to play the title role in Good at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Tennant plays John Holder, a professor of literature who lived in Frankfurt in the 1930s. The play shows how seemingly decent people could have their lives radically changed by Nazi ideology during the Second World War. Olivier Award-winning English actor Elliott Levy plays Maurice, John Holder’s friend.
The production is directed by Dominic Cooke.
The production is already running at the Harold Pinter Theatre, with the final show on 24 December.