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A tender and bittersweet play about conscience and connection.
Teddy is searching for a friend for the night. Jeremy is searching for a beer. Worlds apart and miles away from home, two strangers, consumed by their own secrets, find each other in a hotel room in Amsterdam.
Can you confess your greatest fear to a stranger?
A new play by the award-winning American writer Ken Urban, A Guide for The Homesick is an erotic thriller that explores the cost of being a friend when you are afraid to love, starring Douglas Booth as Jeremy and Clifford Samuel as Teddy. Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle.
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (33%)
Best theatre experience of my life. Well scripted with excellent performances from Clifford Samuel and Douglas Booth. The intense nature of the play was magnified by the intimate nature of Studio 2. My seat was excellent (2nd row middle) and I felt like I was in that hotel room. The audience was spellbound and so quiet you could hear a pin drop. Bravo to the actors, crew, lighting and director for the chance to see real theatre, meaning a play that one thinks about a long time after the performance has finished.
Reviewed on 23 October 2018 by Jane, Paris, France