From the Jermyn Street Theatre: “On the night of her mother’s funeral, Rose Pemberton does not join her Catholic family to say mass. She is in a hotel with Michael, a married psychology lecturer.
Graham Greene‘s powerful and shocking play is a story of sex, sin, and guilt. It unfolds in the mysterious ‘living room’ of Rose’s elderly Catholic uncle and aunts, as a net begins to close around the adulterous couple. The Living Room ran in the West End and on Broadway to great acclaim after its 1953 premiere. This is its first major revival after sixty years.”
- Jermyn Street Theatre ~ the West End’s Smallest Theatre (londonunveiled.com)