Home Free!


Landford Wilson

The London Horror Festival


Theatrum Vertitatus is very excited to be taking their production of Lanford Wilson's "Home Free!" to The London Horror Festival this year after 2 succesful runs at the Camden and Clapham Fringe.


London Horror Festival is the UK's festival of horror in the performing arts, returning to London in October 2015. Founded by Theatre of the Damned. www.londonhorrorfestival.com


 Please check out the dates and times below! 

Tues 20th October 2015 @ 7PM

Wed 21st October 2015 @ 7PM

Thurs 22nd October 2015 @ 7PM

Fri 23rd October 2015 @ 7PM

Sat 24th October 2015 @ 7PM

Sun 25th October 2015 @ 7PM

The Etcetera Theatre

265 Camden High St,

London NW1 7BU


To book tickets :

020 7482 4857 

Lawrence and Joanna, a brother and sister in their mid-twenties, have cut themselves off from the world "outside," living in a cluttered playroom which they share with two imaginary companions, "Edna" and "Claypone." Surrounded by toys, including a brightly colored miniature Ferris wheel, they have created an atmosphere of almost suffocating intimacy and remove, where play becomes the business of life and reality an alien force to be kept at bay. But life intrudes all the same...


★★★★ - View From The Gods                                  ★★★★ - LondonTheatre1

"A harrowing and deeply moving piece of American drama seldom seen on the fringe"
 - London Pub Theatres

"Bleak, black-humoured & utterly delightful"

- View From The Gods

"...it’s delightful to watch. This is a tightly written and engagingly executed piece of theatre.

Definitely worth a ticket!"

- London Theatre 1

About the Show:

Home Free for London Horror Festival
Home Free London Horror Festival
Lawrence and Joanna
Colonel Polarfuzz

About the Author:

Lanford Wilson (April 13, 1937 – March 24, 2011) was a Pulitzer Prize winning, American playwright, whose work, as described by the New York Times, was "earthy, realist, greatly admired [and] widely performed". Wilson also helped to advance the Off-Off-Broadway theater movement with his earliest plays, which were first produced in New York at the Caffe Cino beginning in 1964. He was one of the first playwrights to ascend from Off-Off-Broadway, to Off-Broadway, then Broadway, and beyond.[1] He received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1980 and was elected in 2001 to the Theater Hall of Fame. In 2004, Wilson was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters and received the PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater Award as a Master American Dramatist. He was nominated for three Tony Awards and has won a Drama Desk Award and five Obie Awards.

Theatrum Veritatus is an new theatre company formed of a collection of emerging professional artists who are passionate about the cross-fertilization of the North American and British theatrical traditions. The focus in generally kept to Canadian works of theatre be we are excited to be exploring this American piece with the insight of Canadians and British alike. We believe in bringing together cultures from both sides of the pond to explore our shared heritage, and our collective future.

About the Company...

Director - Courtney Larkin
Designer - Marcio Santarosa

Courtney Larkin is an international Theatre Director currently residing in London, England. She holds an Master's of Fine Arts in Theatre Directing from East 15 Acting School/University of Essex along with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance from Montreal's Concordia University. Directing Credits: Tuesdays and Sundays (Brighton Fringe), Aquila: A New Musical (Tristan Bates Theatre), The Pillowman (Mainline Theatre, Canada) and has assisted on various projects in the past.




Marcio Andrey Santarosa is a Set and Costume Designer, graduated recently at Wimbledon College of Arts/ University of Arts London. His recently works include "The picture of Dorian Gray" at The White Bear Theatre, "The Dead Shepherd" also at The White Bear Theatre, Strangers Welcome at The Tabard Theatre and Overture: a festival of short musicals at Tristan Bates Theatre, in collaboration with Goldsmiths University.

Composer - Nick Barstow

Training: University of Oxford (BA Music 2013) University of London (MA Musical Theatre Composition 2014) Credits as Composer and Orchestrator include: AQUILA (Tristan Bates Theatre), Tuesdays and Sundays (Brighton Fringe), Curve 5th Anniversary Gala (Curve Theatre, Leicester) Nick is also Musical Director of AfterParty A Cappella  He is currently working at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the MA Musical Theatre course, and is creating and directing an a cappella program for one of the world's leading management consultancies



Actor - Lindsey Huebner
Actor - Rob Peacock

Lindsey hails from Canada. She holds a BFA from Concordia University, Montreal and recently completed her MA Professional Acting at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She is a co-founder of the Canadian theatre company, Hopegrown Productions and performed in its inaugural production 'Around Miss Julie' by Harry Standjofski. Recently she was seen as Hermione in The Winter's Tale at the Tobacco Factory Theatre in Bristol.




Rob is a young actor from Abergavenny in South Wales who is currently living and working in London. He completed the BA acting course at East 15 acting school in 2014 and since has been working in both stage and screen work. Stage: Stand and Deliver! The Musical (The Kings Head), Dynwen's Last Symphony (The Lost Theatre), Barack and the Beanstalk (Canal Cafe) Black Snow (Tristan Bates). Screen: Peacock Feathers, Someone for Everyone, Paper Planes, The Monster Underneath, Moshpit.