Why See Honour?
What Happens When Vows Lose Their Meaning?
Following a critically acclaimed UK debut at The National in 2003, prolific Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith's Honour returns to the UK, enjoying a revival as part of the Park Theatre's thrilling 2018 season. A powerful, frank portrayal of familial relationships that become entangled in the politics of a failing marriage, this brand new production thrusts the audience into intimate, immersive territory with its in-the-round staging.
In a society where a staggering 67% of marriages end in divorce, it may not come as a surprise when handsome middle-aged journalist George leaves his wife of 32 years Honour for the young, seductive Claudia. In an attempt to revitalise his life, his actions destroy not only his wife, sending her spiralling, but his daughter, who's caught up in the middle and begins comparing herself to Claudia.
Previews from: 25 October 2018
Opening night: 29 October 2018
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