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When we see a gold ring on someone’s hand and we want it, we don’t take it, do we?

For Honor and George, the arrival of the self-assured Claudia threatens to wreck a 32-year marriage. But as the power balance starts to shift, the husband, wife, daughter and lover together must face the fundamental question - what is love?

Staged in the round, with double Olivier Award-winner Henry Goodman as George (Merchant Of Venice, National Theatre and BBC/HBO), actress and writer Imogen Stubbs as Honor (Little Revolution, Almeida Theatre), Olivier Award-winner Katie Brayben as Claudia (Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, Aldwych Theatre) and Natalie Simpson as Sophie (Boudica, Shakespeare’s Globe).

Often compared to David Hare’s Skylight and Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, Honour paints an unflinching portrait of what happens when a secure marriage suddenly stalls, and when the opportunity arises for one life to be revived at the expense of another. Don’t miss this poignant and gripping revival!


‘a West End-class revival’

Daily Telegraph


‘a knockout in the marital boxing ring’

 Evening Standard


‘a devastating exposé of love, life and relationships'

 Theatre Weekly


‘Henry Goodman is superb...Imogen Stubbs is magnificent’ 

Libby Purves, Theatre Cat

‘Katie Brayben is breezily enigmatic as Claudia’

 The Times

‘an impressive heart-breaking performance by Natalie Simpson’

British Theatre


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Olivier Award-winner Henry Goodman (Associate Artist of the RSC; Merchant Of Venice, The National Theatre and BBC/HBO; Angels In America, The National Theatre).

Actress and writer Imogen Stubbs (Things I Know To Be True, Frantic Assembly; Elephants, Hampstead Theatre; Little Revolution, Almeida Theatre).

Olivier Award-winner Katie Brayben (Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, Aldwych Theatre, Best Actress in a Musical Olivier Award winner; The Spoils, Trafalgar Studios; Self Help – A Serial Killer’s Guide To Life, Forward Motion Pictures).



Double Olivier Award-winning Henry Goodman joins the cast as George. Henry’s extensive career spans film, television, radio and stage. His screen credits include: Taking Woodstock (Focus Features), The Chosen (Netflix) and The Damned United (Columbia Pictures), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (ABC Studios) and same role in The Avengers (Marvel) and Yes, Prime Minister (BBC). His stage credits include: At The National Theatre: Angels In America, Guys & Dolls, Merchant Of Venice (Best Actor Olivier Award winner and also made for TV with BBC/HBO).  Also, Assassins (Donmar Warehouse, Best Actor in a Musical Olivier Award winner), Hysteria (Royal Court Theatre & West End), Tartuffe (Roundabout, New York), Fiddler on the Roof (Sheffield Crucible, Savoy Theatre), The Winslow Boy (The Old Vic) and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Chichester Festival Theatre, Duchess Theatre).  Henry is also an associate Artist of The RSC, where principal roles include Richard III, Volpone and Dromio.

Actress and writer Imogen Stubbs will play Honour. Imogen trained at RADA, did nine years dance training at the London School of Contemporary Dance and gained a first in English at Oxford. Her vast theatre experience includes productions at the RSC, The National, The Old Vic, The Donmar Warehouse and various West End productions. Recent stage credits include: Things I Know To Be True(Frantic Assembly), Communicating Doors(Menier Chocolate Factory), Elephants(Hampstead Theatre), Alecky Blythe's Little Revolution (Almeida) and Strangers On A Train(Gielgud). For the Royal Shakespeare Company Imogen appeared in Othello, Two Noble Kinsmen, The Rover and Richard II. Additional stage credits include Gertrude in Hamlet (Old Vic), Sarah Frankcom's production of Tennessee Williams’s Orpheus Descending and Private Lives (Royal Exchange Theatre), Salt, Root and Roe (Donmar Warehouse/West End) and A Marvellous Year For Plums (Chichester Festival Theatre). Her film work includes Jack & Sarah (MGM), Twelfth Night (New Line), True Colours (Paramount), Deadline (BBC), A Summer Story (HBO) and Sense and Sensibility (Columbia Pictures).Television includes: Parents (Objective/Sky), Collusion (Thirdwave Films Ltd.), Big Kids (BBC), Blind Ambition (Yorkshire Television) and Anna Lee (London Weekend Television).

Olivier Award-winning actress Katie Brayben will play Claudia. Katie’s theatre credits include: A Walk on The Moon (The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco), Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre, Best Actress in a Musical Olivier Award winner), The Spoils (Trafalgar Studios), King Charles III (Almeida and Wyndham’s Theatre), American Psycho (Almeida Theatre) and 13 (National Theatre). Her screen credits include Doctor Who (BBC), Luther (BBC), The Alienist (TNT), Vera: Changing Tides (ITV) and King Charles III (BBC) and the feature film Self Help – A Serial Killer’s Guide To Life which is due for release later this year.


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Interval - 15 mins

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Previews: 25 - 29 Oct

Plays: 25 Oct - 24 Nov


Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

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Latest customer reviews

  • Absolutely outstanding

    21 November 2018

    I arrived from NY on the red eye so was tempted to cancel my trip to the theatre. So glad I didn't. Never felt the effect of jet lag because I was so entranced by the content of this exceptional play. Performances flawless, script fascinating. Wonderful,

    Gay Haines Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Very touching

    20 November 2018

    As a woman, I could relate to the theme. The play was very engaging; script was very good- I wish I could get my hands on it.

    Jasna Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Very touching

    20 November 2018

    As a woman, I could relate to the theme. The play was very engaging; script was very good- I wish I could get my hands on it.

    Jasna Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • A disappointing evening

    20 November 2018

    The cast did their best with a disappointing script, although Imogen Stubbs seemed far too young to play a sixty year old wife, eliminating an essential aspect. The plot is an overworked cliche of man leaving for a younger woman, with a weak ending. In the writing, characters repeating parts of phrases was really irritating.

    Playgoer Confirmed ticket purchaser