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      Running Time: 2 hours

      • Booking Period: 25 October - 24 November 2018

        Age Recommendation: 12+

        Access Performances:

        • Captioned - Wednesday 21 November 19.30 - Essential companion goes free*


        Tiny Fires in association with Park Theatre present


        By Joanna Murray-Smith
        Directed by Paul Robinson
        Cast: Henry Goodman, Imogen Stubbs, Katie Brayben and Natalie Simpson

        "When we see a gold ring on someone's hand and we want, we don't take it, do we?"

        For Honor and George, the arrival of the self-assured Claudia threatens to wreck a 32-year marriage. But as the power balance starts to shift, the husband, wife, daughter and lover together must face the fundamental question - what is love?

        Staged in the round, with double Olivier Award-winner Henry Goodman as George (Merchant Of Venice, National Theatre and BBC/HBO), actress and writer Imogen Stubbs as Honor (Little Revolution, Almeida Theatre), Olivier Award-winner Katie Brayben as Claudia (Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, Aldwych Theatre) and Natalie Simpson as Sophie (Boudica, Shakespeare's Globe).

        "Murray-Smith's devastating alertness to the intricate politics of marital crack-up" ★★★★ The Guardian

        From the producers of My Mother Said I Never Should (St James Theatre):

        "Katie Brayben is breezily enigmatic as Claudia" ★★★★ The Times

        "a West End-class revival" ★★★★ Telegraph

        "a knockout in the marital boxing ring" ★★★★ Evening Standard

        "Henry Goodman is superb... Imogen Stubbs is magnificent" ★★★★ Libby Purves, Theatre Cat

        "an impressive heart-breaking performance by Natalie Simpson" British Theatre

        ★★★★ The Stage