By Harold Pinter.
Electrifying audiences when it was first performed in 1965, The Homecoming has quickly established itself as a modern classic.
In this production for BBC Radio, Pinter himself takes on the role of Max, the head of the Hackney family to which a professor and his wife return one night from America.
There, amongst the shadows of the past and the realities of the present, a compelling drama unfolds.
Max, a man of seventy....Harold Pinter
Lenny, a man in his early thirties....Samuel West
Sam, a man of sixty-three....Michael Gambon
Joey, a man in his middle twenties....James Alexandrou
Teddy, a man in his middle thirties....Rupert Graves
Ruth, a woman in her early thirties....Gina Mckee