Cast Complete for West End Transfer of Laura Wade’s Home, I'm Darling

London News   Cast Complete for West End Transfer of Laura Wade’s Home, I'm Darling
Performances begin at the Duke of York's Theatre January 26.
Katherine Parkinson and Richard Harrington in <i>Home I&#39;m Darling</i>
Katherine Parkinson and Richard Harrington in Home I'm Darling Manuel Harlan

Casting is now complete for the West End transfer of the National Theatre and Theatr Clwyd’s critically acclaimed co-production of Laura Wade’s Home, I’m Darling, which begins previews January 26 at the Duke of York's Theatre. Directed by Theatre Clwyd Artistic Director Tamara Harvey, performances will continue through April 13 with an official opening February 5.

The production will then tour to the Theatre Royal Bath, and The Lowry, Salford, before returning to Theatr Clwyd following a sold-out run in July 2018.

Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, Humans) will reprise her role as Judy in Wade’s comedy about one woman’s quest to be the perfect 1950’s housewife. She will be joined by Sara Gregory as Alex and Richard Harrington as Johnny (for the West End run only, with tour casting for the role of Johnny to be announced), reprising the roles they played at Theatr Clwyd and the National Theatre in 2018.

The cast will be completed by Charlie Allen, Susan Brown as Sylvia, Ellie Burrow, Siubhan Harrison as Fran, Jane MacFarlane, and Hywel Morgan as Marcus.


The production will also have set design by Anna Fleischle, lighting design by by Lucy Carter, sound design by Tom Gibbons, and choreography by Charlotte Broom.

Wade’s work includes Posh at the Royal Court and in the West End, which was later turned into the film The Riot Club, for which she wrote the screenplay; an adaptation of Tipping the Velvet at Lyric Hammersmith; Kreutzer vs. Kreutzer; and an adaptation of WH Davies’ Young Emma, which opened at the Finborough Theatre (where she was a Pearson Writer-in-Residence) in 2003, directed by Tamara Harvey.

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