What's On The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff A musical celebration of northern working class activism... A Northern Stage, The Young’uns and Harbourfront Centre Toronto co-production Text and Music by The Young’unsDirected by Lorne Campell Book now Tour Behind the scenes Access Featuring songs from the original album alongside new material and stunning animation, Teesside folk trio The Young’uns perform a new, 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. Preview performance: Tue 4 Feb, 7.45pm Preview performances give audiences the opportunity to be one of the first to see a new show. During previews, the show is still being developed and changes may still be made ahead of the official press night. As the show is still being developed, tickets are a little cheaper than our regular prices. We will always try to give you the best experience no matter what show you attend but if there are a few hitches on the night then we appreciate your patience and goodwill while we polish the show. Cast – The Young ‘Uns Creatives: Director – Lorne Campbell Designer (Set, Costumes, AV & Lighting) – Kai Fischer Animation Designer – Scott Turnbull Animator – Aaron Brady Sound Designer – Mariam Rezai Sound Engineer – Andy Bell Save Big with a Season Pass Book Now If you are having trouble booking tickets using the Safari browser, please try using Google Chrome. The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff on Tour Traverse Theatre, EdinburghThu 27 - Sat 29 FebBook Tickets Hull Truck TheatreTue 21 - Fri 24 AprBook Tickets Liverpool Everyman & PlayhouseThu 14 - Sat 16 MayBook Tickets Behind the scenes Listen to the album Access Captioned performance Thu 6 Feb, 7.45pm (Philip Armstrong) Touch Tour & Audio Described performance Sat 8 Feb, 2pm (Louise Armstrong) (Touch tours are usually 1hr30 mins before the performance start time) Relaxed Performance Wed 19 Feb, 7.45pm BSL signed performance Thu 20 Feb, 7.45pm (Caroline Ryan) Northern Stage is fully accessible. The theatre has three lifts providing access to all parts of the building, including the accessible toilets, baby changing facilities, stages 2 & 3 and the backstage area. Buggy parking is available. To discuss any access needs, take a look at our access page or please call our Box Office on 0191 230 5151.