25 – 27 JULY 2019

Our House was performed again in 2019, having first been performed in 2011.  The show also marked the directing debut of John Eddie, whose normal position was to be found on stage right as Deputy Stage Manager!

The show tells the story of Joe Casey who, whilst trying to impress his girlfriend Sarah, on the night of his 16th birthday, breaks into a new building plot to show her the view of the town.  However, the police arrive and Joe must make a decision – does he run or does he stay to face the music?  The storyline then splits into two as we follow ‘Good Joe’ who stays, and ‘Bad Joe’, who flees.  One path means a criminal record and social exclusion, the other will lose him the girl that he loves.  Over a period of 7 years and two alternative lives, Joe deals with the consequences of that single moment.  Whilst one Joe fights to save his house on Casey Street, the other is determined to demolish it, with tragic consequences.

NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Arts) South East awarded this production an Accolade of Musical Excellence.



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 

Joe Casey - Charlie Steggall
Sarah - Sienna Hughes
Joe's Dad - Alex Williams
Kath Casey - Amy Miles
Emmo - Ryan Gaul
Lewis - Dan Harris
Billie - Pip Simpson
Angie - Tori Lowther
Reecey - Tom Sherry
Mr Pressman - Sam Harrison
Callum - Theo Gaimster


Dylane Batchelor, Emma Berwick, Ellie Chittey, Katie Conquest, Gracie Elms, Sophie Fleet, Mia Kahr, Emma Keenan, Joe Kinge, Talia Knop, Lucy McFee, Sarah Merritt, Molly Montague, Seren Morris, Daisy Roberts Silverthorne, Molly Rowe, Holly Rust, Shyla Schuster, Lauren Stephens, Aidan Strachan, Lily Tipper, Henry Welldon, Fiona Wright

Director - John Eddie
Musical  Director - Rachel Glover
Choreographer - Debbie Hemmings
Assistant Musical Director - Tori Eglin
Assistant to Director - Ian 'Spud' Smith
Dance Captain - Jade Hollingshead
Stage Manager - Nicki Hawkins
Deputy Stage Manager - Nick Horsey
Show Co-ordinator - Sandie Thomson
Wardrobe - Teresa Hollingshead and Elain Burchell