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Up 'n' Under archiveThe Cobbler's Arms - an unstoppable force in amateur rugby league! These guys mean business; with terrifying tactics and frightening physiques, they're indestructible and they know it! Or are they? Arthur Hoyle doesn't think so... and he'll stake his house on that! An impulsive bet with local Mr Big, Reg Welsh, says that Arthur can train any team to crucify the Cobblers. So, armed with burning ambition, he sets about kicking his beer swilling motley crew into shape. Can they make the impossible possible? Can they conquer the Cobblers? This play contains some strong language and is not suitable for children.
Performers Andrew Cryer (Phil Hopley), Pete Dunwell (Frank Rowley), Joanne Farrell (Hazel Scott), Nick Haverson (Steve Edwards/Reg Walsh), Sean McKenzie (Arthur Hoyle), James Weaver (Tony Burtoft).
Author John Godber. Producer Derby Playhouse. Director Mark Clements. Design Andy Miller. Lighting Alexandra Stafford. Sound Nick Greenhill.

Up 'n' Under

Up 'n' Under (Play) production archive for QTIX code T2044818588. Details of all Up 'n' Under archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S5421

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3 May 02
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