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.
'A probing, multi-layered study of guilt' Boston Globe
Please be aware that this performance contains strong language and partial nudity.
Booking Period: 16 October - 24 November 2018
Running Time: 85 minutes approx. (no interval)
Age Restrictions: 14+
VENUE: Trafalgar Studios 2, 14 Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A 2DY
What people are saying about A Guide For The Homesick
Rated 5 out of
Fast paced well acted dramaThis play portrays two men who meet for the first time, both being deeply troubled by their friendships with two other men. Can this encounter help or hinder their circumstances? It is a very absorbing, fast paced,drama which I enjoyed immensely. Performed in this small theatre you are so close to the actors you are totally drawn into their dilemmas.