Our House

Following a fabulous day of auditions, we are pleased to announce the principal cast for Our House.

Joe CaseyConnor Wilson
SarahRachel Wheatley
EmmoJoe Porte
LewisJoe Spence
AngieElinor Kirby 
BillieMegan Wilson
KathKatherine Fitzgerald
ReeceyTBC
Joe’s DadSam Mitchell
Mr PressmanJohn Ainsley

Ensemble cast deliberations are going to take a little longer as we need to balance the number of male and female individuals in the show as well as complementing the voice parts needed.

Thank you for your patience as we start our journey to a tremendous show.

Urinetown

Following discussions with Hull Truck Theatre, we hope to be able to bring you this show during September 2022 and will confirm more details as soon as we have them.

CAST LIST

Bobby Strong
James Galer

Hope Cladwell
Georgia Wormald

Caldwell B. Cladwell
Sam Mitchell

Officer Lockstock
Jamie Wilks

Lil’ Sally
Ellie Kirby

Penelope Pennywise
Georgina Garton

Lil’ Becky Two Shoes
Rachel Bower

Hot Blades Harry
Jono Wainman

Soupy Sue
Holly Brigdon

Tiny Tom
Aaron Bolton

Bobby the Stockfish
Joe Spence

Billy Boy Bill
Tim Drage

Joseph ‘Old Man’ Strong
Kevin Hickson

Josephine ‘Ma’ Strong
Elaine Windass

Senator Fipp
Nathan Major

Officer Barrel
Mark Jardine

Mr. McQueen
Tom Peck

Dr. Billeaux
Chris Corbett

Mrs. Millenium
Hannah Wilson

Chorus
Sam Blakey
Hannah Colthup
Elise Johnson
Katie Osindeinde
Abigail Potter
Courtney Puckering
Abbie Renzo
Tanya Sewell
Francesco Villaruel

URINETOWN is a hilarious and resonating tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.

It is a social and political satire set in a fictional future where a terrible 20-year drought has crippled the city’s water supplies. Water is so scarce that the government enforces a ban on all private toilets in an effort to control water consumption. Citizens who try to circumvent the peeing-fee by relieving themselves in the bushes, risk being taken away to “Urinetown”, a mysterious place where many have been sent but no one ever returns…



“A declaration of the power of theatre!” (The New York Times, 2001) “The show’s glorious message is: Hey, it’s only theatre, but isn’t it wonderful? And did I mention it’s hilarious? Simply the most galvanizing theatre experience in town.”


The New York Observer called the show “fresh, unique, impudent, colourful, irreverent, exciting and wonderful!”