70th Anniversary Season: An Evening with Gary LIneker

Presented by Rumpus Theatre Company

Written by Arthur Smith & Chris England

Show Dates, Times & Tickets

Tue 26 February 2019 to Sat 02 March 2019

At Pomegranate Theatre

Starts Evenings 7.30pm, Wed matinee 2pm, Sat matinee 3pm.

Part of a season of seven plays to celebrate 70 years of the Pomegranate Theatre as a civic theatre.

It’s July 4th, 1990. In Italy, England are playing Germany in the semi-final of the World Cup. In Majorca, Bill and Monica are on holiday. Monica wants to talk about their relationship to try and save their ailing marriage. Bill just wants to watch the football. He pays little attention to his wife, who is left dreaming about running away with Gary Lineker.

Things get messy when Dan, a travel writer Monica is having an affair with, turns up. Add Dan’s friend Ian and Ian’s German travel rep friend Birgitta into the mix and you’ve got the perfect recipe for toe-curling disaster. To the accompaniment on TV of a nail-biting 90 minutes of football, followed by extra time and the infamous penalty shoot-out, the battle in Majorca reaches its inevitable, uproarious climax. Gazza might not be the only one shedding a tear or two!

“Easily the funniest play in the West End and probably the funniest play in the universe”  
Daily Express

After the show on Thursday, join the cast in the bar for a game in the style of A Question of Sport.

Ticket Information

Full £22, Concession £21, Child £18

Discounts
Group 10+ £20, Schools 10+ £17
Friends save 20% and have prioriy booking

See 7 plays for the priice of 4 when booking at the same time and before Sat 26 January. Bookable by calling the Box Office on 01246 345 222.

Groups ans schools tickets are not valid in conjunction with the 7 plays for 4 offer.
Friends save 20% is valid in conjunction with the 7 plays for 4 offer.

Each ticket price advertised above includes a £1.20 booking fee. No matter how you book (online, phone, in person) or how you pay (cash, credit/debit card, voucher), the fee will always be the same.