The production, which marks the 50th anniversary of the play, will run for 12 weeks from 14 November 2015, with tickets to Monday performances costing £15.
The Homecoming sees eldest brother Teddy return with wife Ruth to his North London home after six years in America. An unsettling show of one-upmanship develops as his father and brothers battle to impress her.
Ruth finds herself increasingly comfortable in her new family, as savage psychological rivalry, fraught with sexual tension, escalates into a disturbing challenge to moral and social order.
The production will be designed by Soutra Gilmour, with lighting by Richard Howell and sound by George Dennis.
Lloyd said: "This is a significant anniversary for this iconic, game-changing play and I couldn't be more excited to be creating it with this dynamic cast of powerful actors. This production is the first project from our company's new and ambitious slate of work that I can't wait to announce over the coming months."
Tickets to The Homecoming go on sale on 22 September.
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