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Max. Sam. Lenny. Joey. Teddy. And Ruth.

In a small house in East London lives a family of butchers and boxers. When academic son Teddy returns home from America, with a wife his family have never met, a strange power struggle between man, wife and in-laws ensues.

BAFTA Award-winning Jared Harris (Chernobyl, Mad Men), Joe Cole (Gangs of London, Peaky Blinders), and Lisa Diveney (Call the Midwife) star in Matthew Dunster's thrilling exploration of Harold Pinter's Tony Award-winning modern classic.

Access Performances Captioned Performances: Thu 25 Jan, 7.30pm BSL Performance: Fri 26 Jan, 7.30pm

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  • Booking until:

    Saturday, 27 January 2024

  • Running time:

    2 hrs 10 mins (incl. interval)

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  • Important Information

    Themes of misogyny and gender stereotypes Strong language including explicit sexual language and sexist slurs Threats of violence and murder, particularly violence against women References to rape, sexual slavery, and scenes of a sexual nature Scenes of physical violence and onstage death

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Amazing performance

Characters were played extremely well - funny, dark and emotional play - captivating and highly recommended.

J Reviewed on 07 January 2024 by
St Neots, United Kingdom


Thought provoking

D Reviewed on 21 December 2023 by
London, United Kingdom

24 Sep
Phil Willmott

50th anniversary revival of Harold Pinter’s seriously creepy play, THE HOMECOMING

by Phil Willmott | Thursday, September 24 2015, 14:50

The Homecoming - Harold Pinter Gemma Chan and John Simm lead the cast of the 50th anniversary revival of Harold Pinter’s seriously creepy play, THE HOMECOMING.

Since the Whitehall Theatre, once home to now unfashionable sex farces, was turned into the Trafalgar Studios no one’s been quite sure what to do with it.

It’s an awkward sized and shaped venue that doesn’t quite have enough capacity to make runs of commercial theatre a viable business proposition.

50th anniversary revival of Harold Pinter’s seriously creepy play, THE HOMECOMING