“This is not really a play about football but rather a study of obsession, and an examination of a very Northern type of male friendship.”
“It’s an epic in the truest sense of the word, one that remains faithful to its source material while never feeling remotely like an anachronism.”
John Murphy reviews a play which, at times, “leaves you breathless with anger”.
Daniel Evans’ spectacular Sheffield swansong.
Daniel Kitson joins forces with Gavin Osborn.
Far away, so close.
An elegy about loss.
Love is a drug.
We need to talk about Anton.
A family affair.
Gangs of Manchester.
Feed me, Seymour.