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Trafalgar Studios 2, London4.710 reviews
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Award-winning playwright Ken Urban’s new erotic thriller has its European Premiere at Trafalgar Studios 2.

Jeremy, a young aid worker, is making his way back home after a year in Uganda, he’s missed his connection in Amsterdam and is looking for a beer. Teddy is on a trip with a mate from back home who is nowhere to be found and he is looking for a friend for the night.

The two go back to a dingy Amsterdam hotel room together and try to decide if they can confide their deepest-seated fears in a stranger.

Starring as Jeremy is Douglas Booth (Jupiter Ascending, The Riot Club) alongside co-star Clifford Samuels (RSC, McMafia) as Teddy. Direction by Jonathan O’Boyle.

Do not miss your chance to secure tickets to A Guide for the Homesick in its limited run at Trafalgar Studios 2.


Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 14 will not be admitted.

Running time

1hr 23min (no interval)

Performance dates

16 October 2018 - 24 November 2018

Special notes

Please be aware that this performance contains strong language and partial nudity. Age recommendation 14+. No latecomers will be admitted.

Venue Information

Trafalgar Studios 214 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY, United Kingdom, London, SW1A 2DY

Customer Reviews

10 reviews4.7

Jana Dummasch24th November

Very intense play with great actors. Recommend!

Mr Samuel Taylor-Fox24th November

Loved it. Heartfelt and heartbreaking

customer18th November

Good actors. Average scriptwriting.

Francis Curry16th November

Very interesting script well directed. Very concise play with little props but able to convey both comic and tragic moments.Of course relied on the interpretation and performance of the cast of only two. These were excellent with perfect interaction between the two. Finally the close knit intimacy of the theatre lent much to the atmosphere. Thoroughly recommended.

Sofia Barbosa12th November

Amazing play, incredible actors and a beautiful plot.

Rob Wilson11th November

Interest i ng performance in a cosy atmosphere. Never been to anything like this before but would do it again.

Daisy Arriola6th November

I liked this play because it engages the audience a lot, the venue to start with was perfect for this end. It offers a variety of topics I would't normally think about and the actors were very passionate.

Joanna Kennedy4th November

Great play. Very well acted. And perfect choice of theatre: so intimate! Love it!!

Ellie Rhodes2nd November

An absolute acting masterclass!! One of the most moving performances and the studio was a great setting for it!

Rachel Collins28th October

intimate venue and great production