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Home, I’m Darling

Home, I’m Darling

The 1950s domestic bliss promises big but delivers short because, of course, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. It’s 2024; Stepford Wives meets Big Brother. Everyone is criticising Judy’s choices; no-one understands and no-one is supporting her. After all the efforts she has made to be the perfect wife, she is usurped by a very modern woman who has the sparkle Judy used to have and which her husband misses in her. Judy’s all-consuming lifestyle change has been influenced by the rose-
tinted view of her father in childhood watching endless re-runs of 1950s films where families were blissfully happy.

This brilliantly written new comedy has an excellent range of characters. Lucy is looking for energy and a cast able to deliver a wide range of performances from the comedic to deeper, relationship-changing conversations. The show promises to be a slick ensemble experience with the addition of picking up (or polishing off) some 1950s rock ’n’ roll choreography.

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40575
  • : The Mill Arts Centre
  • : 11/07/2024
  • : OX165QE
  • : 13/07/2024
  • : South East
  • 2023 2024 POSTER HID
    2023 2024 POSTER HID
  • : Laura Wade
  • :
  • : 13.00/14.00
  • : 01295279002