So rare, these days, to meet someone to whom one can actually talk.
David Storey’s award-winning 1970 play ‘Home’ has become a modern classic – a heartrendingly funny, haunting and deeply humane study of hearts, minds and England: islands adrift.’ has become a modern classic – a heartrendingly funny, haunting and deeply humane study of hearts, minds and England: islands adrift.
If a person can’t be what they are, what’s the purpose of being anything at all? Harry and Jack. Marjorie and Kathleen. Alfred.
In a neglected garden, small talk oscillates between the weather, the neighbours, reminiscences of friends and family, and anecdotes of past exploits in love and war.
But this quintet of characters, with their foibles and failings, are not what they seem to be, and nor is their home. And overhead, the clouds are gathering.
Director Josh Roche won the JMK Award for his production of My Name Is Rachel Corrie at the Young Vic with Erin Doherty in the title role. He has directed productions for Audible UK, BBC Arts, and has worked extensively at the RSC and Shakespeare’s Globe. He is the co-founder of OpenHire.