The Light House: At Home

16 – 30 Apr 2024

  • Venue
  • Running time
    60 mins
  • Age guidance

‘Man overboard, man overboard! Call control, blow the whistle!’

Love is a complicated business. It gets even more complicated when the person you love doesn’t want to be alive. Tender, funny and defiantly hopeful, The Light House is a real-life story of falling in love and staying in love, even when the lights go out and you’re lost in the dark. It’s a love letter to life.

Join the emergency response as we dance in the kitchen, sing in the streets and try to turn the lights back on. It gets lonely, muddling through these days and nights. So why don’t we do it together?

The Light House has been developed with the support of Arts Council England, Red Ladder and Furnace, Leeds Playhouse’s artistic development engine. Created by École internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq trained artist Alys Williams; writer, theatre maker, co-artistic director of Fidget Theatre, Andrea Heaton; and produced by Sheffield Theatre’s Associate Artist, Rachael Halliwell.

Please note, to watch The Light House: At Home, simply click on any of the dates available and book your ticket. The viewing link will be contained within your digital ticket and is active for three days from the purchase date.


    Arts Council
  • Leeds City Council
  • LTB Foundation
  • Principal Partner

    Caddick Group
  • Principal Access Partner

    Irwin Mitchell