It’s the EURO 2020 Final at Wembley and Billy’s gone viral for sticking a flare up his arse!
Why I Stuck A Flare Up My Arse For England is a blisteringly funny new play that comes to London directly from a sell-out, five-star Edinburgh Festival run. Written and performed by Alex Hill, it asks what it means to belong to a club that you live for.
Billy and his best pal Adam are die-hard football fans. It’s how they spend every weekend, without fail. It’s their escape, their religion and their life. But when they encounter a new group of mates, they start to take their support one step further.
★★★★★ “Boozy, ballsy, brilliantly executed” Entertainment Now
★★★★★ “A gem of a play” Broadway Baby
★★★★★ “As beautiful as it is thought-provoking” Corr Blimey
★★★★ The Scotsman
“Priceless comic charm” The Reviews Hub
Theatre: The Large
Mon, Wed, Fri: 8.45pm
Tue & Thu: 7pm
Tue & Sat: 2.45pm
Running Time: 70 mins
No interval and no re-entry.
We strongly advise that you arrive early and take your seats in advance of the start time as there is a no latecomers policy.
Recommended for ages 14+. This production contains use of narcotics, discussion of suicide, and strong language.
The performance on Tuesday 23rd April at 2.45pm will take place in a relaxed environment.