Diary of a Football Nobody - Special Gala Performance archiveDiary of a Football Nobody is based on former Notts County player David McVay's hilarious memoir Steak... Diana Ross. It's a candid warts-and-all tale of what it was like to play football in the 1970s ? a world far removed from the riches and celebrity of the modern game. Full of down-to-earth comedy and tales of boozing, bust-ups and the unique style of the legendary Jimmy Sirrel, Diary of a Football Nobody takes audiences on a light-hearted journey to a bygone age of football and marks Notts County's 150th anniversary. Please note this play contains strong language throughout. This year Notts County has become the first professional football club to reach its 150th anniversary, and Nottingham Playhouse is proud to be joining in with the celebrations. Ticket price includes the performance, a special introduction to the play, welcome drink on arrival, half-time snacks, plus the opportunity to mingle with some of the stars from the book and play. There will also be a raffle in aid of Notts County's trailblazing Football in the Community charity programme.


Author: William Ivory
Director: Matt Aston
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Diary of a Football Nobody - Special Gala Performance

Diary of a Football Nobody - Special Gala Performance (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01014829462. Details of all Diary of a Football Nobody - Special Gala Performance archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0252433747

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