It will see Matthew Cottle reprise his West End role of William Featherstone joined by Sara Crowe, Robert Daws and Caroline Langrishe with further announcements to be made soon.
Directed by Alan Strachan, design is by Julie Godfrey with lighting by Jason taylor and sound by Dan Samson.
How The Other Half Loves centres on three couples, the wife and husband of two of which are having an affair. Their respective unknowing and unwitting alibis being the third couple. The play features a composite set of two flats with events in different places - and even different days - taking place simultaneously.
Written in 1969, How The Other Half Loves was Alan Ayckbourn's second major success in the West End following Relatively Speaking, when it opened with Robert Morley starring in 1970. It has been produced around the world - including on Broadway and in two West End revivals - and is considered one of Alan Ayckbourn's most famous and popular plays.
A full list of confirmed venues and dates can be found below with further details available at www.billkenwright.com.
How The Other Half Loves 2017 Tour
> 30 August - 9 September: Theatre Royal Windsor
> 11 - 16 September: Salford Lowry
> 18 - 23 September: Theatre Royal, Glasgow
> 2 - 7 October: Theatre Royal Bath
> 16 - 21 October: Richmond Theatre
> 23 - 28 October: Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
> 6 - 11 November: Everyman Theatre, Chelthenham
> 20 - 25 November: Theatre Royal, Brighton
> 27 November - 2 December: Norwich Theatre Royal