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New dates added to this Autumn’s SAFC-based touring play

Tue 25 April 2017

We’re delighted to announce that, after discussions with Matt Woolston – chairman of the London and South East supporters branch of SAFC – we’ll be extending our tour of Wise Men Say/Cornered this September.

We’ve confirmed two nights in the Southwark Brewery in London, which is where the London/SE branch meet, where we’ll be presenting two performances of our production, by special demand of the branch.

But this doesn’t mean we’ve dropped the ball on our North East tour, and tickets for the performance at Washington Arts Centre on 14th September have just gone on sale on their website.  Don’t delay in getting your tickets; we expect these shows to sell out fast, and availability is limited.

Roker Park – tickets selling fast!

Monday 7th July 2014

With still over two months to go until the shows open, and with virtually no press or publicity having gone out yet to the general public, the word coming back from the theatres is that I Left My Heart In Roker Park is already proving extremely popular with audiences!

The Customs House is about half sold, over the three performances, and The Durham Gala has asked us to add an extra performance due to demand! 

So don’t miss out!  If you want to catch this fantastic production, get your tickets now. Go to the Production Page, then follow the links to the relevant theatres.


Football isn’t a matter of life and death, it’s much more important than that!

For lifelong supporter Kevin Halliday, following his team has given him his fair share of highs and lows over the years.  As he sits in the back garden of his home – on the site of the former Roker Park – he recalls the events of his life as they interweave with the fortunes of his beloved Sunderland AFC.

Excitement, heartache, disappointment, satisfaction, jubilation; watching his team and living his life have both provided them all.

This updated version of Tom Kelly’s funny, poignant and ultimately heart-warming play tells the story of one man’s journey through his life and loves.