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Two Come Home
Drama + Main House Later + Camden Fringe

Two Come Home

Ten years after a horrible crime tore them apart, two lovers reunite at the worst time.

A decade after a dramatic split, star-crossed lovers reunite at the worst time. Guilt, rage, and love collide in this new play with music.

Accompanied by an equally chilling and uplifting score provided by a small live band, this story of regret and second chances covers a legion of themes  from poverty, addiction, generational trauma and repressed love - but at its core, it's a salute to the bravery needed to connect with others and break free  from solitude.

Two Come Home explores the realities of being gay in an impoverished rural community and the ways guilt, rage, and love define our relationships.
Focusing on Evan's rocky ties with his kin and past flame, this production boasts a queer team both on and off stage.


Details on the team, behind-the-scenes images, and the original soundtrack can be found by visiting

Director | Kirsten Obank-Sharpe

Playwright, Composer, & Designer | Joe Eason

Production Manager | Hannelore Canessa-Wright

Dramaturg | Noah Alfred Pantano

Intimacy Director | Marina Cusi Sanchez

Fight Choreographer | Joe Golby

Assistant Director | Jamie Coenen

Assistant Musical Director | Elizabeth Cleone Hopland

Consulting Director & Tech Op | Isobel Sheard


Evan | Joe Eason

Jimmy | Ben Maytham

Amy | Nicola Goodchild

Caleb | James Burton

Ashley | Hannelore Canessa-Wright

Violin | Cam Southcott

Cello | Elizabeth Cleone Hopland

Voice & Guitar | Laura Wyatt

Voice Understudy | Kirsten Obank-Sharpe

Ticket Price

£10 - £26


14 - 18 August


King's Head Theatre



Running Time: 80 mins

Content Warnings: Contains violence, strong language, partial nudity, drug/alcohol abuse, references to addiction, references to physical and sexual assault, loud noises

Age Guidance: 16+


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