Newcastle United themed play set to return to the stage at city centre theatre

The Live Theatre at the Broad ChareThe Live Theatre at the Broad Chare
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The show will be running near the Quayside for eight days.

A play following the story of two Newcastle United fans will be returning to the stage this Autumn after a successful North Tyneside run.

Gerry and Sewell is an adaptation of the book The Season Ticket by Cumbria born author Jonathan Tulloch, telling the story of two Newcastle fans joined by a love for their club.

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The show is transferring after two sell out runs at Laurels in Whitley Bay, making the production the first ever North East fringe theatre transfer in 50 years of Live Theatre.

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The new run of shows will be hosted at the Live Theatre on Broad Chare near the city’s Quayside with the adaptation including puppetry and live music.

Starring Jack Robertson and Dean Logan as the title characters , the show’s run will begin on Wednesday, November 8 and will come to an end with back to back shows on Saturday, November 18.

Tickets are available from the Broad Chare Live Theatre’s website.

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