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Based in 1980s Camden Town, Our House, which is being performed by the young actors of Glow Theatre Group, tells the story of London lad Joe Casey, who, on the night of his sixteenth birthday, takes Sarah, the girl of his dreams, out on their first date. In an effort to impress her with bravado, he breaks into a building site overlooking his home on Casey Street. The police turn up, at which point Joe’s life splits into two: Good Joe, who stays to help, and Bad Joe, who flees. From this point on we watch as the two parallel worlds of Good and Bad Joe Casey head towards an explosive climax.
Featuring a collection of Madness hits including Baggy Trousers, Driving in my Car, It Must Be Love, Wings of a Dove and of course Our House, the show is a high energy musical romp filled with fun, romance and humour!
Performances are 7th to 9th July at 7.30pm and 9th July at 2.30pm. Tickets are £12.50 and are available from the Barn Theatre Website. For more information call 07813 916105.
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