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Tuesday 4 - Saturday 8 March 2014
Adapted for the stage by Paul Allen from Mark Herman's film of the same name, and starring local Brass Bands from each town that the production is visiting, Brassed Off promises to be a profoundly moving celebration of community spirit and human endeavor.
It will be the 30th anniversary of the miners strike in 2014. The touching and savage account about the closure of yet another South Yorkshire pit in the 1980s is set against the very real backdrop of the collapse of the mining industry in Thatcher's Britain. Grimley colliery is set to close bringing about the loss of 1,200 jobs, a dying town, a fraught community and the loss of a brilliant brass band. Starring John McArdle (Brookside & Merseybeat) as Danny.
The story was originally a film released in 1996 starring Pete Postlethwaite and Ewan McGregor. It received three BAFTA nominations, and has become a firm favourite among film fans the world over.
Tickets are available from www.trch.co.uk or from the Royal Centre Box Office directly in person or on 0115 9895555.
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