Our House 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, 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: the Good Joe, who stays to help, and Bad Joe, who does a runner.
Featuring a collection of Madness hits including House of Fun, Baggy Trousers, Driving in my Car, It Must Be Love and of course Our House, this show is a very British musical.
COVID INFORMATION – ONLY APPLIES TO TICKET HOLDERS AGED 18+
Following government guidelines, from 01 September 2021 to attend events at Great Hall at The Leys , ticket holders aged 18+ must show proof of one of the below at the venue:
Although not legally required, we are choosing to use the NHS COVID PASS scheme, in order to provide a safe and comfortable environment for everyone attending the event. The NHS COVID Pass lets you voluntarily share your COVID-19 vaccination or test status in a secure way (we receive no private data). It is NOT a “vaccination passport” and is FREE to obtain.
All attendees aged 18+ will be asked to present a valid in-date NHS COVID PASS on arrival. Details of how this can be obtained are available via the Government website, but the primary method is using the NHS App on your smartphone (not the NHS COVID-19 app). Printed options are also available for non-smartphone users by calling 119 or from the NHS website. Please arrange this in advance of your visit (allowing up to 5 days if you need a paper copy).
To present a valid pass, attendees are required to:
be fully vaccinated (2 weeks after a full course of vaccination); or if not vaccinated,
have provided a negative lateral flow test (LFT) or PCR test within 48 hours prior to the event (a home test must be reported to the Government test reporting website ); or
have natural immunity (within 180 days following a positive test after the isolation period has ended); or
be exempt according to the NHS.
You must not attend the event if you haveany symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g. fever, continuous cough, loss or change of taste/smell), or if you are feeling unwell with any cold/flu symptoms, or if you are required to isolate (including after foreign travel where required).
WHAT CAN I DO IF I AM UNABLE TO OBTAIN A NHS COVID PASS?
A few people may not be able to obtain an NHS COVID Pass, such as visitors from overseas. In these circumstances we will accept proof of a recent negative test (such as showing the email or SMS text message received when reporting a home test). You do not need to be registered with the NHS to record a test result, but you will need a UK postcode, access to the internet, an email address and a mobile telephone number. Please also bring photographic ID to the venue.
If you cannot provide a COVID Pass or proof of a negative test, we may ask you to complete a self-declaration visitor form, in which we will ask you to confirm that you are fully vaccinated, have no symptoms and have not recently been in contact with anyone who has tested positive.
We cannot accept the vaccination card as proof of vaccination.
We recognise that some people may be exempt or feel uncomfortable presenting an NHS COVID Pass or other proof of COVID status. We will do our best to admit everyone to the event.