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This House

  • Venue: Quarry Theatre
  • Duration: 2 hours and 55 minutes (including a 20 minute interval)
  • Other: On stage smoking during the play. Post Show Discussion Friday 2 March
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Take a seat on the frontbench and heckle your way through history.

Fist fights break out in the parliamentary bars and high-stake tricks and games are played, as the government hangs by a thread in the hilarious This House.

Following a sell-out run at the National Theatre, the Playhouse is transformed into the House of Commons in James Graham’s witty and explosive play. This House explores a turbulent moment from political history through a present day lens.

A trip through the past, or a glimpse into the future, has anything really changed?



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West Yorkshire Playhouse presents, a National Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre production. Produced in the West End by Nica Burns, Neal Street Productions and Headlong.

Cast & Credits

Director Jeremy Herrin / West Yorkshire Playhouse presents, a National Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre production / Writer James Graham / Director Jonathan O'Boyle / Designer Rae Smith / Lighting Designer Paule Constable / Tour Lighting Designer Ben Pickersgill / Music by Stephen Warbeck / Choreographer Scott Ambler / Sound Designer Ian Dickinson / Casting Director Sam Stevenson / Casting Director Juliet Horsley /

Produced in the West End by Nica Burns, Neal Street Productions and Headlong

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    Ian Barritt
    as Batley & Morley/Woolwich West /Belfast North/Western Isles & Ensemble
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    William Chubb
    as Humphrey Atkins
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    Giles Cooper
    as Fred Silvester
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    Stephen Critchlow
    as Bromsgrove/Abingdon/Liverpool Edge Hill /Paisley/Fermanagh & Ensemble
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    James Gaddes
    as Walter Harrison
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    Natalie Grady
    as Ann Taylor
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    Ian Houghton
    as Armagh, Ambulance Man, Ensemble & Understudy as required
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    David Hounslow
    as Joe Harper
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    Harry Kershaw
    as Paddington South/Chelmsford/South Ayrshire /Henley/Merioneth/Coventry North West /Rushcliffe/Perry Barr & Ensemble
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    Louise Ludgate
    as Rochester & Chatham/Welwyn & Hatfield/ Coventry South West/Ilford North/Lady Batley & Ensemble
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    Geoffrey Lumb
    as Clockmaker/Peebles/Redditch/Stirlingshire West/Clerk & Ensemble
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    Nicholas Lumley
    as Oxshott/Belfast West/St Helens & Ensemble
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    Martin Marquez
    as Bob Mellish
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    Matthew Pidgeon
    as Jack Weatherill
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    Miles Richardson
    as Speaker Act I/Mansfield/Serjeant at Arms Act II /West Lothian & Ensemble
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    Tony Turner
    as Michael Cocks
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    Orlando Wells
    as Walsall North/Plymouth Sutton /Serjeant at Arms Act I /Speaker Act II/Caernarfon/ Clerk & Ensemble
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    Marcus Hutton
    as Ensemble
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    Charlotte Worthing
    as Ensemble/Understudy

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