Baggy trousers in an award-winner

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OUR House didn’t just win the Olivier Award for Best New Musical, it was an instant smash hit, winning the hearts of London’s West End audiences.

Now it’s coming to the Rugby Theatre stage from Saturday, directed by John Smith with musical director Jon Watson and choreography by Vicky-Jo.

A touching tale of life and love, heartbreak and comedy, right and wrong, Our House is the irresistibly brilliant musical bursting with non-stop classic hits from 80s pop group Madness.

Sixteen today, in love for the first time – the world is really changing for the young Joe Casey. But on this fateful night he doesn’t realise quite how much.

Our House features more than 15 Madness hits including My Girl, Wings of a Dove, Baggy Trousers, House of Fun, Driving in My Car and of course, the all-time joyous classic It Must Be Love.

This hilarious, touchingly romantic and emotionally charged musical is sure to be very popular.

Early booking is recommended.

Our House will run at the Henry Street theatre until Saturday, October 29. There will be a matinee on the final day at 3pm. Evening performances start at 7.30pm.

There will be no Sunday performance.

To buy tickets, which cost £12.80 with concessions available, call the box office on (01788) 541234.