In April 2014 Royal Court Liverpool will be bringing a show that was a smash hit in Liverpool to Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre. Tickets go on sale this Monday (21 October).
YNWA – The Official History Of Liverpool Football Club tells the story of one of the World’s most famous football clubs and has been written by one of its biggest fans.
The writer of the show, Nicky Allt, has previously had massive success with the stage play One Night In Istanbul and LFC related books such as The Boys From The Mersey as well as being co-writer of Liverpool’s most seen play of the last ten years – Brick Up The Mersey Tunnels. His has followed Liverpool all across Europe over the past 40 years.
When the show ran at Royal Court Liverpool in 2011 it attracted rave reviews from critics and audiences alike.
The show tells stories of the glories on the fields of Anfield Road from Elisha Scott, Albert Stubbins and Billy Liddell to Kenny Dalglish, John Barnes and Steven Gerrard. With complete access to the LFC archive and the full backing of Liverpool Football Club, Nicky Allt has brought together every major incident in the club’s 119 year history and created a show that will make you laugh, cry and cheer out loud.
"The last time we did the History of The Club Show we met with brilliant reviews. Now the Club have endorsed and backed the show we are aiming to make it even better! This is the show we cannot wait for.” Nicky Allt, Writer
Director Bob Eaton, who has enjoyed success at the Royal Court with Lennon, Our Day Out, Scouse Pacific and countless others, will also be working on the show. The full cast is still to be confirmed.
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