Home, I'm Darling on tour
by Laura Wade
Bill Kenwright presents a Theatr Clwyd and National Theatre production
Booking and details
BAFTA-winner Jessica Ransom (Doc Martin), Diane Keen (Doctors) and Neil McDermott (EastEnders) lead the cast in this thought-provoking comedy by Laura Wade (Posh) about one woman’s quest to be the perfect 1950s housewife.
Home, I’m Darling received its World Premiere at Theatr Clwyd in 2018, before running at the National Theatre and transferred to the Duke of York’s theatre in the West End, winning the 2019 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
‘An amusing, affecting, inspiring evening of soft gingham and hard truths.’
‘A cracking new play.’
Mail on Sunday
‘Sharp, funny and sad.’
‘Fizzes with Energy.’
‘A timely analysis of the Gender divide, which manages to ask important questions about what women might want and how they might successfully find it’
Stage credits include Autopilot (Pleasance Theatre); The Iran Project, National Theatre New Views, King Lear (all National Theatre); Husbands and Sons (National Theatre/Manchester Royal Exchange); Posh: All Female (Pleasance Theatre); Every You, Every Me (Salisbury Playhouse)
Matthew trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Diane has Guest Starred alongside The Two Ronnies and Morecambe and Wise.
Neil has played series regular Ryan Malloy in Eastenders for the BBC.
Shanez graduated in 2018 from East 15 Acting School in BA (Hons) Physical Theatre and is highly skilled in physical storytelling; mime, clown, improvisation and immersive performance.
Jessica is currently filming the next two series of Horrible Histories.
Set and Costume Designer
Tom Gibbons is a sound designer and composer for theatre, musical theatre, film and live installation.
Associate Lighting Designer
Associate Sound Designer
As associate sound designer productions include: Jitney at the Old Vic