A musical celebration of northern working class activism...

A Northern Stage, The Young’uns and Harbourfront Centre Toronto co-production
With thanks to the Imperial War Museum

Book, music and lyrics by The Young’uns
Directed by Lorne Campell


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Featuring songs from the original album alongside new material and stunning animation, Teesside folk trio The Young’uns perform their theatrical version of The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff.

This is the true story of one man’s journey from poverty and unemployment in Stockton on Tees, through the Hunger Marches of the 1930s, the mass trespass movement and the Battle of Cable Street, to fighting fascism in the Spanish Civil War.

In a timely, touching and often hilarious musical adventure, follow the footsteps of a working class hero who chose not to look the other way when the world needed his help, and took part in some of the momentous events of the 1930s.

Directed by Lorne Campbell, Northern Stage presents a musical celebration of northern working class activism, following the smash-hit success of The Last Ship.

Housewarming  is supported by  the Weston Culture Fund.

Cast – The Young ‘Uns

Creatives:

Director – Lorne Campbell

Designer (Set, Costumes, AV & Lighting) – Kai Fischer

Animation Designer – Scott Turnbull

Animators – Aaron Brady & Emily Howells 

Sound Designer – Mariam Rezaei

Sound Engineer - Tom Stanier

Live Sound Consultant– Andy Bell


How to watch

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