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Every time you go to a football match you have decisions to make. How to get there, what to drink, whether or not to wear your "Mrs Grealish 69" shirt. In 2020, Premier League footballers decided to take a stand against racism and kneel for a moment of silence before matches.

This is the story of Kerry Matthews deciding what to do during that silence. 

Standing Ovation Award nomination (LondonPubTheatres) 

★★★★1/2 "This is a face in the crowd that deserves to be noticed” - The Reviews Hub​

★★★★ "Just what Fringe Theatre should be about” - Everything Theatre

★★★★ "Book tickets now, as it isn't one to miss” - London Pub Theatres

★★★★"Subtle and nuanced" - Plays To See

 

"Funny, thoughtful, poignant" - Aidan Radnedge, Metro Chief Reporter

PERFORMED AT:

Lion & Unicorn Theatre, London (1 - 5 February 2022).

Laurel's, Whitley Bay (6th May 2022). 

Alma Tavern, Bristol (13th May 2022).

WRITTEN BY:  Kieran Dee

DIRECTED BY:  Grace Millie 

LIGHTING DESIGNER:  Sam Penn

CAST:  Kieran Dee, Laura Hawkyard (voiceover) 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Eden Harbud

RUNNING TIME:  60 minutes (no interval)