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Competition: Win tickets to see Honour at the Park Theatre, London

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“Sometimes one craves something for years – for years – and one just defers from – from acting on it…”

For Honour 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 mistress together must face the fundamental question – what is love?

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. Staged in-the-round, immerse yourself in this poignant and gripping revival!

Written by Joanna Murray-Smith, the production stars Henry Goodman, Imogen Stubbs and Katie Brayben

Honour is at the Park Theatre from October 25– November 24

“Murray-Smith’s devastating alertness to the intricate politics of marital crack-up” **** The Guardian

From the producers of My Mother Said I Never Should (St James Theatre):

“A terrific, bittersweet play and this is a stand-out production” * * * * The Times

To win a pair of tickets to see Honour at the Park Theatre, go to thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put HONOUR in the code box. Entries close at midnight on October 10.

Terms and conditions: Tickets are valid for any Monday-Thursday performance until November 22. Subject to availability. Travel and accommodation not included. Prize not transferable, non-refundable. No cash alternative. By entering the competition you agree to your contact details being passed securely to a third party who will only use them for the purpose of this competition and to your name being published in The Stage newspaper.

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