How happily married are the happily married?
Every couple needs a little fantasy to keep their marriage sparkling. But behind the gingham curtains, things start to unravel, and being a domestic goddess is not as easy as it seems.
Katherine Parkinson is immaculate in Laura Wade’s superb new play about marriage and the roles people play
Katherine Parkinson is superb in Laura Wade’s play about a woman who lives like a 1950s housewife in the 21st century
When a domestic Eden goes rivetingly wrong
Feminism and the Fifties inspire a welcome return from Laura Wade
It's a joy, clever and controlled, brilliantly staged and hugely original
Katherine Parkinson is a doomed domestic goddess in Laura Wade’s sharp satire on the quest for domestic perfection
Beneath the surface humour of Laura Wade’s drama, there are serious concerns about nostalgia and perfection