By Harold Pinter
Directed by Dave Drew, Warwick University Drama Society
A family gathering in North London, Teddy brings his wife Ruth home to meet her in-laws. But who will be the eventual winner in a fierce battle for supremacy?
Harold Pinter's shocking, hilarious account of the tribal nature of family life astonished London audiences when it was first seen in 1965. Over the years it has lost none of its raw power and disturbing eroticism.
'A brilliant piece of writing, one that almost no other English-speaking playwright would be capable of.' Richard Gilman
'Pinter at his darkest, The Homecoming is proof he is one of the masters of modern British drama.' The Times
Contact: Warwick University Drama Society