The full company has been announced for the revival of David Storey’s award-winning 1970 play HOME, running at the Minerva Theatre from 8 October – 6 November. Josh Roche directs Leon Annor, Hayley Carmichael, Daniel Cerqueira, Doña Croll and John Mackay.
HOME has become a modern classic – a heartrendingly funny, haunting and deeply humane study of hearts, minds and England: islands adrift.
Leon Annor plays Alfred; his recent stage work includes As You Like It for the National Theatre, while film and television credits include Stay Close, Mister Winner and Britannia.
Hayley Carmichael (Kathleen) is co-founder of Told By An Idiot and has appeared in many of their productions, as well as working with the National Theatre, Complicite and Kneehigh. TV includes Call The Midwife, Witness for the Prosecution and Les Misérables.
Daniel Cerqueira (Harry)’s extensive theatre work includes Richard III and Game (Almeida), Birdland (Royal Court), Fortune’s Fool (Old Vic) and Table (National Theatre); his screen work includes The A Word, Pennyworth, Doctor Foster, War of the Worlds and Judy.
Doña Croll (Marjorie)’s theatre work includes Pride and Prejudice (Regent’s Park), Kate Keller in All My Sons (Talawa) and Elmina’s Kitchen (National Theatre); her many TV appearances include Death in Paradise, The Long Song,Family Affairs, Doctors and Casualty.
John Mackay (Jack)’s theatre work includes Six Characters in Search of an Author at Chichester, Richard II and Machinal (Almeida) and the title role in Richard III (Tobacco Factory): film and TV includes Black Earth Rising, The Hollow Crown and The Honourable Woman.
Tickets are now on sale for the production.