John Halder is a good man.

But John Halder must adapt to survive.

How is it possible to be a good person when things are falling apart?

‘You make a deal with yourself one minute, you totally repudiate it the next.’ As the world faces its Second World War, John Halder, a decent, intelligent, musicloving German professor, finds himself swept along in a movement that crescendos towards an unthinkable finale. Good is a warning for our times. Olivier Award-winning director Dominic Cooke reimagines one of Britain’s most powerful, political plays with David Tennant returning to the West End, for 10 weeks only.


The appearance of any member of cast is subject to change and may be affected by contracts, holiday, illness, or events beyond the producers' control.


Harold Pinter Theatre

Panton St, West End, London SW1Y 4DN

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As per venue – to be booked via ATG

Cancellation Policy

If you test positive for COVID-19, display symptoms, or are asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace you can exchange your tickets.

If the show is cancelled due to COVID-19 or any other reason, you will be offered a free exchange or refund.

If the show is going ahead and you are able to attend, there will be no exchange or refund available.


Access Performances:

Captioned:  18 OCTOBER 2022 TBC 

Audio Described:  2 NOVEMBER 2022 TBC

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Harold Pinter - Panton St, London SW1Y 4DN


4.5(41 reviews)
  • c white

    Jan 3, 2023

    Very good play -performances were great -

  • Katrina lewis

    Dec 24, 2022

    Watching Good yesterday was done of my best spent time It was a very powerful play. Dealing with subject matter that made me feel uncomfortable at times. But totally mesmerising The actors ability to change characters in split second was awe inspiring. I didn’t want it to end although I found the moment the nazi uniform was put on was horrifying. The normality of donning it with such a feel of normality Do not miss this show !

  • nadine seale

    Dec 23, 2022

    A brilliant piece of work and a realistic look at how we can find ways to excuse ourselves by the statement ..we are good… when we are actually betraying one’s only friend and slipping into something we wouldn’t really believe in at first riveting and thought provoking