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The present day. A residential street in South East London. The house where reclusive siblings Peppy and Daniel were born is now stuffed full of everything they have ever owned. This hoard, their eccentric appearance and rampant garden hedge, set them conspicuously apart from others on their road. When young Ben visits from next door he is simply looking for friendship; but what happens next challenges everyone's idea of neighbourliness. The House They Grew Up In
is a tender, dark and funny look at a co-dependent relationship between a brother and a sister, and how they cope when the world bursts in on them. It explores how, in an age of anxiety, we live alongside those different to us. World Premiere.Performers Samantha Spiro (Peppy), Daniel Ryan (Daniel), Daisy Faircough (Jody), Michelle Greenridge (PC Amanda Gordon/Karen Perry), Mary Stockley (Sophie), Matt Sutton (Sergeant Hibbert/PC Nichols), Phillip Wright (Gareth/Laurence), Rudi Milard (Ben), Leonardo Dickens (Ben).
Author Deborah Bruce. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Jeremy Herrin. Design Max Jones. Lighting Natasha Chivers. Director Anne McNulty (casting director). Director Charlotte Sutton (casting director).
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