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What the press say…

28th October 2010 by Martin Gibbons

“Hip, edgy and watchable new writing. Coach G is well-served by a talented young cast.” Manchester Evening News

“A small cast in a small theatre but still with excellent writing and acting which shone out.” (A Song For The Lovers) WhatsonStage.com Best Productions of 2008

“In refusing to offer any easy answers, Maine Road succeeds in creating a realistic slice of difficult family life, that will resonate with people beyond Manchester‘s borders.” – Metrolife

Maine Road avoids nostalgia to deliver a bittersweet, moving tale that is highly recommended.” WhatsonStage

Maine Road succeeds in creating a realistic slice of difficult family life that will resonate with people beyond Manchester‘s borders.” Metro North West

“It’s not hard to see why the BBC were so enthusiastic about the radio version of this play . Great stuff, with some tremendous performances.” (Maine Road) Manchester Evening News

“It is unique, sad, nostalgic, warm and occasionally funny, it is also about families and Manchester City – which in my eyes makes it one of the finest pieces of theatre I have ever witnessed.” (Maine Road) Public Reviews

“(Maine Road) is the best play about football ever written!” Kevin Dyer, Action Transport Theatre

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