Rediscovered Classic

Yours Unfaithfully

BY MILES MALLESON.

DIRECTED BY JONATHAN BANK.

1 June -
1 July 2023

Overview

“Go and get into mischief.”

Everyone knows Anne and Stephen are the happiest couple in the neighbourhood. Their secret? An open marriage. After all, it’s the 1930s – there’s no need to be old-fashioned. With Stephen struggling to write his latest novel, Anne encourages him to seek out fresh inspiration. But free love comes at a price…

Miles Malleson’s un-romantic comedy takes a peek behind the closed doors of suburban England between the wars. Jonathan Bank directed the acclaimed world premiere of this forgotten 1933 play in New York and now brings it home to the West End. A co-production with Mint Theater Company, New York.

 

                                                     

 


People

Keisha Atwell
Diana Streatfield
Laura Doddington
Anne Meredith
Laura has most recently appeared at Jermyn Street Theatre as Anne in Yours Unfaithfully. She has worked extensively with Alan Ayckbourn at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough originating multiple roles in his new writing and reviving many roles in his previous works.
Guy Lewis
Stephen Meredith
Dominic Marsh
Alan Kirby
Tony Timberlake
Canon Gordon

Miles Malleson
Writer
Jonathan Bank
Director
Alex Marker
Set Designer
Anett Black
Costume Designer
William Reynolds
Lighting Designer
Jane Shaw
Composer and Sound Designer
Abby Galvin
Casting Director
Amos Clarke
Stage Manager


Media

“A play with something to say and a very funny one as well”
ReviewsGate
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“engrossing and subversive”
The Times
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“a fine and exacting dissection of jealousy”
The Observer
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“This forgotten classic feels brand new.”
BroadwayWorld
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“perceptive and witty”
LondonTheatre1
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“Doddington gives a standout performance”
The Guardian

 
“Think Shaw with a dash of Coward”
The Arts Desk

 
“Very funny; very nearly a tragedy.”
New York Times