Honour by Joanna Murray-Smith
Saturday 15, Monday 17 to Saturday 22 March at 7.30 pm
A thought-provoking play, wittily and sharply written by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith. Its themes are timeless and could be described as adult: an older man in an apparently happy and successful marriage, suddenly leaves his wife of 32 years for a woman half his age. The play looks at the consequences of this devastating decision on the lives of the wife, their daughter and the other woman, and where responsibility lies.
This play was first produced in Britain at the National Theatre in an acclaimed production with Eileen Atkins and Corin Redgrave, later in the West End with Diana Rigg and Martin Jarvis.
Please note that the play contains some strong language
Directed by Jane Barth
£8.50 (£7.00 Concessions first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday only)