Tiny Fires in association with Park Theatre present
Daily Telegraph★★★★Sunday Express
"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).
Often compared to David Hare’s Skylight and Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, Honour paints an unflinching portrait of what happens when a secure marriage suddenly stalls, and when the opportunity arises for one life to be revived at the expense of another. Don’t miss this poignant and gripping revival!
“It marries thought and feeling with tremendous élan… asks whether the younger generation of women can shape their lives differently” ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
"A knockout in the marital boxing ring’ ★★★★ Evening Standard
"Paul Robinson’s confident production surges forward in a series of sleek and brutal scenes" ★★★★ Evening Standard
"sharp, witty and truthful... with powerful heart-wrenching intensity by Imogen Stubbs" ★★★★★ Pocket Size Theatre
‘a devastating exposé of love, life and relationships, delivered by an exceptional cast’ ★★★★ Theatre Weekly
"Henry Goodman is superb...Imogen Stubbs is magnificent" ★★★★ Theatre Cat
"an accomplished foursome" ★★★★ London Box Office
"Henry Goodman delivers a real powerhouse performance" ★★★★ Gay Times
"Imogen Stubbs is captivating as Honor" The Times
"Katie Brayben is breezily enigmatic as Claudia" The Times
"Where the play hits its mark is with Sophie, George and Honour’s daughter… Natalie Simpson’s raw delivery stings… a powerful moment." Time Out
"Stubbs' interpretation of a woman in scorned and scorching agony… leaving the audience moved at her pain and cheering her on as faltering." Jonathan Baz