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18/10/2019 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

City 125 - The Club With No History

City 125 - The Club With No History

Dreamshed Theatre is delighted to return to the Lantern Theatre with Bill Cronshaw’s new show which takes a romp through Manchester City’s history in this, City’s 125th anniversary year.

‘It’s like a fairy tale!’ says the life-long Blue as he introduces us to characters including a young lad, an elderly fan, a daydreaming manager of an amateur lads’ team and a long-suffering wife, girlfriend and mum.

This revue-style show takes liberties with dry historical facts to track City’s journey to the Etihad. Suitable for all ages, this show will entertain City diehards and general theatre-goers alike.

DIRECTOR: Bill Cronshaw

WRITER: Bill Cronshaw

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