- Press Night
- BSL Interpreted and Audio Described
One crowd sharing one colour, one song and one wish. Every goal and every near miss brings a pride almost too much to bear. Winning is amazing.
Following the success of our co-production with the National Theatre of Jeremy Deller's award-winning We're Here Because We're Here, The REP has commissioned acclaimed French director Mohamed El Khatib for the second show in our Furnace series.
In this pioneering world première, hundreds of Aston Villa, Birmingham City, and West Bromwich Albion fans unite to share their surprising, funny, heartbreaking stories. From friendships formed to partners left behind, all aspects of fandom are explored.
Inspired by his father's love of the sport, acclaimed theatre maker Mohamed El Khatib explores why football inspires passion like nothing else. Just why is 'the beautiful game' so beautiful?
Director & Creator Mohamed El Khatib
Designer Fred Hocke
Choreographer & Performer Dimitri Hatton
Associate Director Keziah Serreau
Assistant Director Gavin Thatcher
Film Technician Zacharie Dutertre
From £10 (subject to availability).
Group, family, disabled and school rates available via our box office.
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Online bookings are exempt from our transaction fees (3% credit cards, 50p debit cards).
Audio Described and British Sign Language Interpreted Performance (with pre-show touch tour)
Thursday 15 June, 7.30pm
Friday 16 June, 7.30pm