Mon, June 08, 2009 @ 7.30pm
St George’s Hall, St George's Place , Liverpool, L1 1JJ (map)
Writer John Graham Davies and actor Paul Duckworth will speak to culturepool about the play.
Tickets are normally £13.50 but are available for £7 for culturepool members. To receive your 1/2 price ticket please email us a
Beating Berlusconi on the 7th May was so fabulous that we’re going to go and see it AGAIN, a culturepool first!
The fantastic script by John Graham Davies along with the stunning performance by Paul Duckworth (you will be blown away) makes for an amazing production that we just couldn’t miss out on giving the rest of the group a chance to see it.
Written by actor and Radio 4 playwright John Graham Davies, Beating Berlusconi tells the true story of Kenny Noonan’s extraordinary time in Istanbul during Liverpool’s 2005 European Cup victory when he found himself in the Milan VIP box for the 2nd half of the game, where Berlusconi and other VIPs were celebrating their team’s victory, prematurely as we all know. The play also follows the fortunes of Kenny as he matures from a teenage football fanatic into a mature family man, shaped by his relationships to his father, his wife and children, his friends, and, yes, to Liverpool Football Club.
But this is so much more than a football play, it's about growing up in Liverpool in the 70's, 80's, 90's and today. It's touching, funny, sad and uplifting and credit goes to John Graham Davies' writing but the major plaudits must go to culturepool favourite, Paul Duckworth, whose performance is so amazing you have to see it to believe it.
Following the play Writer John Graham Davies and actor Paul Duckworth will join culturepool to chat about the play.
or call us on 0151 236 0796 to reserve your £7 ticket (normally £13.50) for the beautiful St George’s Hall on Monday 8th June, 7.30pm. We need your name, contact number and the number of tickets you need to reserve. You can pay cash on the door on the night. Highly recommended!!
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