“What gives you the right to think you understand my life? Wisdom? Is that it?”

In a derelict cottage on the grounds of an English country manor house, ageing Caribbean recluse, Honey Man, tries in vain to save his colony of bees. His life is set to change when fiery teenage heiress Misty charges into his world and challenges all he knows.

The two clash in a funny and painful war of words but an unlikely friendship develops before events take a dramatic turn when an antique painting reveals a secret that connects their lives in ways they could never have imagined.

Acclaimed Birmingham writer and actor Tyrone Huggins plays the title role in this sharp and compelling play featuring innovative digital projection and an atmospheric soundscape.

“There’s a buzz about this”
The Guardian

Learn more about how the show was created at the Door To New Writing panel discussion on 21 January, with the writer and actor, Tyrone Huggins. Also featuring Unknown Male playwright, Stephanie Ridings.

Click here to find out more about the subsequent UK Tour.

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The DOOR at The REP

  • Address: Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP
  • The REP’s smallest auditorium. The DOOR seats 140 people. Wheelchair seating is available at the front.

    A highly intimate space, The DOOR has been dedicated to new plays since 1998 and has seen many world premieres!

    Because entry to the auditorium stands on the very edge of the performance space, absolutely no latecomers can be admitted to shows in The DOOR!

  • Box Office: 0121 236 4455
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