The Stevenage Lytton Players
present
Our House
By TIM FIRTH
Music and lyrics by Madness

OUR HOUSE was first produced at the Cambridge Theatre, London on 28th October 2002. Producers were Tiger Aspect Productions, Rupert Lord, Andre Ptaszynski and Phil McIntyre in association with Madness.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe). All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk 

5th to 8th June 2019
The Gordon Craig Theatre Stevenage
Director – David Slade
Musical Director - Chris Phelps
Choreographers - Louise Edwards & Tess Dowdeswell
Producer - Chris Hobbs

The Stevenage Lytton Players Summer 2019 Musical Production is Our House to be performed at the Gordon Craig Theatre.

OUR HOUSE was first produced at the Cambridge Theatre, London on 28th October 2002. Producers were Tiger Aspect Productions, Rupert Lord, Andre Ptaszynski and Phil McIntyre in association with Madness.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe). All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk

Synopsis
Revolving around the music of Madness, Our House follows the story of London lad Joe Casey. On the night of his sixteenth birthday, an over-excited Joe takes Sarah, the girl of his dreams, out for a romantic evening. On a whim, he breaks into a new building development near his house to show Sarah the view over north London. When the police come, Joe faces a tough decision: to run, or give himself up.

It is at this point that the story splits in two as we follow the fortunes, and misfortunes, of Good Joe and Bad Joe. The two differing paths of Joe Casey’s future are carefully watched over by Joe’s deceased father, who regrets his own criminal choices that saw him neglect his family. As the parallel worlds of Good and Bad Joe Casey head towards an explosive climax, we find out which decision the 16-year-old Joe made--to turn his back on a life of crime and do the right thing.

Featuring hit songs It Must Be Love, My Girl, Shut Up, Baggy Trousers and many more.

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Ticket Prices : £19.00 (£17.00c Wed, Thu, Sat Mat only)
Performances start at 7:45pm, Mat 2:30pm
Full price tickets £17 only until 10th March
Applause Members and Lytton Friends BOGOF until 10th March
Ticket prices are inclusive of a Theatre Restoration Fee

SLP Box Office: 01438 357407
Gordon Craig Theatre Box Office: 01438 363200