Past Productions


Find out about our 2022 tour of The Glee Club here


About The Glee Club 

‘Of all my years of growing up, I grew up in 1962…’

The Glee Club, made up of five hard-working, hard-drinking miners and a church organist, is preparing for the local gala. Though they’re established in the working men’s clubs, they aren’t exactly at the vanguard of a musical revolution.

This is the summer of ’62. Britain and music are about to change, so too are the lives of these six men. Will anything ever be the same again? 

The raucous comedy featuring live music, is an Out of Joint, CAST and Kiln Theatre co-production. 




This play contains male nudity, strong language, references to homophobic violence and abortion, and is recommended for ages 14+

Image by Bronwen Sharp and Cog Design


Creative Team


Richard Cameron


Kate Wasserberg

Musical Director & Sound Designer

Dyfan Jones


Mark Bailey

Lighting Designer

Katy Morison

Associate and Movement Director

Sita Thomas

Assistant Director

Gavin Joseph

Casting Director

Sarah Hughes CDG

Company Stage Manager

Jack Opie

Deputy Stage Manager

Emily Hewlett

Assistant Stage Manager

Raisa Daya

Production Manager

Andy Reader

Costume Supervisor

Claire Nicolas

Production Sound Engineer

Ian Barnard

Production Electrician

Tom Turner


James Chapman

★ ★ ★ ★
This gorgeous play by Richard Cameron - revived with tender élan by Kate Wasserberg - zeroes in with extraordinary skill.

The Times

★ ★ ★ ★
Richard Cameron's comedy is a tender exploration of male friendship and sense of community

All six actors have terrific voices, harmonising beautifully on a number of old standards against Mark Bailey’s suitably industrial set full of brick and steel.

The Stage

This is a free educational resource pack aimed at Drama and English students who may be coming to see The Glee Club on tour, but which can be downloaded and perused by anybody.

It contains material about the themes of the play, interviews with the writer Richard Cameron and our Musical Director Dyfan Jones, an article on Homosexuality in 1962 written by historian Dr Helen Smith, as well as practical exercises designed to be used in the classroom, which cover the Stanislavskian methods Kate Wasserberg uses in our rehearsals.

If you have any questions about the content of this pack, or wish to book a workshop or inset day with us along the tour, please email or call us on 0207 609 0207.

Education Pack: The Glee Club

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