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Four young Mancunians (United supporters all) - Alice, Nita, Phil and Beth - whose stories are revealed through love affairs, employment crises and domestic dramas. For one, a disastrous marriage has robbed her of her hopes; for another, hairdressing (spot a common theme?) promises success. Desperately trying to hold on to her teens, football and punk culture are the key for a third and for the fourth the alien world of university is creating a gulf between her and her mates. Student production.Performers Lily Sacofsky (Alice), Emma Naomi (Nita), Katrina McKeever (Beth), Elaine Fellows (Phil), Niall Ransome (Nidge/Nash/1st Thug/Miss Banks Friend/Sheik), Luke Dale (Kevin/Reuben), Craig K. Talbot (Joey/Jay/Danny), Amber James (Carmen), Emily-Celine Thomson (Janine/Lindy/Doctor/Policewoman), Rebecca Lee (Carly/Candy/Miss Banks/Mrs. Wilson/2nd Thug).
Author Debbie Horsfield. Producer The Guildhall School. Director Owen Lewis. Design Alice Walkling. Lighting Jack Weir. Sound Neville Billimoria.
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