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Wed 22nd May - Sun 7th Apr
@ The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool
Featuring: Paul Duckworth
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Beating Berlusconi!: Paul Duckworth
Beating Berlusconi! is the hilarious story of one man's attempt to rediscover his belief in himself, his club, his city and his class.
... one actor, one city, thirty characters – laughter and tears...
The climax of Beating Berlusconi! is based on the barely believable true story of an actual LFC fan, Mark Radley, who managed to blag his way into the AC Milan Directors' box, helped himself to free bubbly and salmon and then, when Liverpool fought back from 3-0 down to equalise, almost had a fight with the increasingly irritated Silvio Berlusconi.
This performance contains strong language and is suitable for those over the age of 14.
'A must for anyone... theatre fan... football fan or otherwise... Worthy of any stage' (Liverpool Post)
'Duckworth is a tour de force. A brilliantly observed piece of audience-pleasing theatre that gets really emotional when it matters' (Edinburgh Stage).
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Venue: The Epstein Theatre
→ Liverpool Central 3 min walk