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Theatre: Howerd's End

Howerd’s End explores the clandestine relationship between comedy legend Frankie Howerd and Dennis Heymer from the 1950s until Frankie’s death in 1992.

Remember the last time someone kissed you and meant it?

Howerd’s End is a two-hander exploring both the development of Frankie’s comedy, and the clandestine union which made it all possible: his extraordinary forty-year relationship with his lover, friend and anchor Dennis Heymer, whose existence was strictly guarded from the public in Frankie’s lifetime.

More than simply a tribute show about a comedian who outlasted them all, Howerd’s End is also a piercingly honest love story about a relationship that tried to defy every odd – including death.

Written by Mark Farrelly

Praise for Howerd's End

I knew Dennis, and I wrote for Frankie – and this play is brilliant
Barry Cryer

★★★★★
London Living Large

★★★★
Theatre Weekly - London Pub Theatres - Libby Purves - Sardines Magazine - The Reviews Hub - Reviews Gate - Theatre Vibe - London Theatre 1 - British Theatre Guide - Behind The Arras - Theatre Whippet - Get Your Coats On - North West End

Booking information

Please book online where possible. If you have difficulty with our website, call 01946 692422 and leave a message for us to respond as soon as we can.

Access to the Circle is only possible by stairs. All other parts of our building are accessible to all, including people with limited mobility and wheelchairs.

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 1 October • 7.30pm
  • Tickets
     
    £15 • £7.50 U26
    Plus booking fee


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  • Suitable for ages 12+
    Running time 80m No Interval

    Booking fee of up to £1.50 may apply




 
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