After its successful sell-out run last September, Jeff Brown’s one-man play ‘Cornered’ is set to return to The Peacock in Sunderland in April this year.
The show, which starred Steve Arnott as ex-SAFC player David Corner, featured in the North-East Theatre Guide’s Best of 2017 list, in their ‘Proud to be in the North-East’ award. Arnott will be returning to the role again this year, to tell the story of Dave Corner’s fateful day in 1985 playing against Norwich in the Milk Cup final at Wembley, and what happened to him afterwards.
As it proved so popular last year – and with many people unable to get tickets first time round – Cranked Anvil are delighted to be reviving this show, this time with a resident run at The Peacock. Paul Scott, general manager of the venue, said: “The Peacock is quickly turning into an iconic and sought-after entertainment venue here in Sunderland, in the centre of the MAC Quarter. We’re delighted to have Cranked Anvil back with us again with this brilliant play based around SAFC.” The night’s entertainment also includes a Q&A with Jeff Brown and David Corner, a stand-up set from Sunderland comic David Callaghan, as well as a pie & pea supper served up by The Peacock’s chefs. All for just £20 a ticket.
Tickets will sell fast, so head to our page to book. Don’t miss out.
The show runs Thursday 12th – Saturday 14th April 2018. Doors 7pm, show starts 7.45pm.