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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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Famous fan story is brought to life

THIS week has been one of the most dramatic in English football history, and the mania continues next week with the famous fan story Fever Pitch.

Nick Hornby’s classic novel is brought to the Kendal Brewery Arts Centre stage by The Future is Unwritten theatre company next Wednesday.

This hugely-successful play, adapted from the bestselling book, is back on stage after 10 years. Digging deep into the mind of an obsessed football fan, it is Hornby’s story of his Arsenal fixation, as well as a tale of family, football, class, identity and joy.

Harking back to the days when football was the people’s game, Fever Pitch is 45 minutes each way of fast, funny, exhilarating theatre.

James Kermack takes the lead role in the true story of what it is to be a fan. Football supporters will recognise themselves in Nick, regardless of their team allegiance.

Their friends and families will recognise them too, and after seeing the play may even understand them a little better.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are available from the venue’s box office.


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