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Diary 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.Performers Eric Richard (Jimmy Sirrel), Perry Fitzpatrick (David McVay), Rupert Hill, Sophia Di Martino, Luke Gell, Christopher Hogben (Les Bradd), Seamus O'Neill, Brian Lonsdale.
Author William Ivory. Company Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company.
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