20 to 28 January 2017
in the Theatre Upstairs
by Harold Pinter
directed by Steven O'Shea
Challenging, disturbing, tantalisingly enigmatic and savagely funny, The Homecoming, one of Pinter's major works, explores themes of manipulation, emotional blackmail, seduction and jealousy.
Having lived in the United States for several years, Teddy, a professor of philosophy, brings his wife Ruth back to meet his family at their home in North London. The characters subsequently engage in their chosen form of psychological warfare, with Ruth as the focus of the family's struggle for supremacy. The play remains a modern classic and a landmark in 20th century British drama.
The Homecoming - Jan 2017 - Photos