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Love + Rebellion lead artwork. A heart is split in two in the centre of the page. The left side of the heart is black on a dark red background. The right side of the heart is made up of various objects, including a rose, a sword, a scroll and some flames. The right side is on top of a light blue background with smoke. The Text reads ‘Love + Rebellion’ with ‘love’ in block capitals and ‘Rebellion’ looking like it has been scrawled on, with some of the letters backwards.

New Shows Announced

We’re excited to announce new shows for 2024/2025, joining a line-up that is bursting with a blend of iconic adaptations, thrilling new works, and cherished classics!

The House will host this year’s extraordinary Youth Theatre and Community Festival, Love and Rebellion, which will follow on from the stage adaptation of Withnail and I (3 – 25 May).

Love and Rebellion will showcase the stars of tomorrow. Taking place from 5 – 21 Jul, it features over 15 performances, including productions of Macbeth, Wuthering Heights, Arabian Nights and Cyrano de Bergerac. Love & Rebellion will take audiences through an empowering season of plays about the power of unity in the face of adversity.

In a UK premiere, Becoming Nancy opens 2 Oct – 2 Nov and is directed by ‘Mr Broadway’ Jerry Mitchell. This feel-good musical is adapted from Terry Ronald’s bestselling novel, and centres around a coming-of-age narrative backed by exhilarating new songs.

The House will also stage the acclaimed Glory (7 Sep), celebrating the remarkable legacy of Rosetta Tharpe, comic Tez Ilyas (12 Sep) and ‘the patron saint of poetry’, Roger McGough (14 Sep).



Complementing The House productions is a dynamic programme in The Door curated by The Rep’s Associate Director, Madeleine Kludje, promising audiences an array of entertaining and thought-provoking work.

Book now for Forced Entertainment’s Associate Artist Tyrone Huggins’ dizzying take on time travel To Move in Time (23 – 24 May).  While the Rep Original drama Bright Places (Thu 24 Oct – Sat 2 Nov) is a three-woman, one-woman show about Multiple Sclerosis. With 90s pop, a costume skip and a lot of glitter, Bright Places is a funny and honest autobiographical story about growing up in the shadow of chronic illness.

With such a diverse and exciting line-up there is a show for everyone, helping to create unforgettable theatrical experiences for our audiences.