Brighton 'Til I Die!

Posted: 04/04/11

The Future is Unwritten's Brighton 'Til I Die! is making its return, for 3 performances only at Brighton Theatre Royal on 27 & 28 July to celebrate the opening of Albion’s long awaited new home at Falmer.

A rollercoaster ride through Albion memories: from humble beginnings to First Division glory, from Cup Final to the end of the Goldstone, Hereford, Gillingham, Withdean, promotion and on, heads held high, to Falmer and the future.

It will have the most hardened of football fans holding back the tears.

Tickets are now on sale or call the box office on 0844 871 7650.

‘a brilliant show … an audience of big burly football fans, with tears in their eyes, leaning over the threshold at the end to shake the hands of the actors on stage’  The Observer


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