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The Game

A brilliant northern comedy about love, honour, class … and football.

by Harold Brighouse (author of Hobson’s Choice)

Directed by Barrie Rutter

Lancashire. 1913. Match Day!

Blackton Rovers is in need of money. Owner, Austin Whitworth, sells his star centre forward – local football hero Jack Metherell – to a rival club on the eve of a crucial match that could see Rovers relegated to the 2nd Division. Will honest Jack do Austin’s bidding when asked to throw the match? Or will he put his professional honour above loyalty to his old club?

Austin’s daughter Elsie, and Jack, are in love – or so they think. But Jack still lives at home, firmly tied to his mother’s apron strings. Will Elsie’s modern ways and feisty temperament win over his domineering mam? Or is this tryst between the classes doomed from the start?

Mug Shots

The Game

The Game – 2010

Watford Palace Theatre
28 Sept – 2 Oct

Salisbury Playhouse
5 – 9 Oct

New Vic, Newcastle under Lyme
11 – 16 Oct

The Viaduct Halifax
20 – 23 Oct

Lawrence Batley Theatre , Huddersfield
4 – 6 Nov

The Mart Theatre, Skipton
11 – Sat 13 Nov

Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
15 – 20 Nov

York Theatre Royal
23 – 27 Nov