Supported by Arts Council England, Take Art and South Somerset District Council, THE GIANTS is a play about going for three points, striving for your dreams and what happens when the reality of life scores a last minute winner.
Meanwhile, teenager Rachel spends every other Saturday on the terraces of Huish Park. She’s willing Yeovil to victory and promotion back to The Championship. Her Bovril-loving older brother is by her side and with her all the way - or is he?
With fitness regimes, tactics boards, specialised diets and positive mental attitudes, Warren and his merry band of school kids have their sites set firmly on the Premier League, but first there’s the small matter of conquering the Somerset Schools’ Cup to worry about.
THE GIANTS tells the story of Glovers fan Warren Pritchard, a tyre fitter with green and white aspirations. Following in the footsteps of his idols Warren is planning on stepping off the terraces to bring a touch of Yeovil glory to his own team of under-12s.
. www.wassailtheatre.co.uk by Saturday 3rd January. For full terms and conditions for the competition, and for information on the rest of the play’s tour, visit firstname.lastname@example.org You can win by answering this simple question. Which current Premier League team did Yeovil famously beat 2-1 in the fourth round of the FA Cup in 1949? Email your answer to
What’s more, two lucky fans are being given the opportunity to win a whole performance of the play in their house!
Tickets for the Huish Park performance cost £10 / £6 and can be booked via South Somerset Tourist Information Centre on 01935 462781, or www.wegottickets.com.
The play will be touring across Somerset and Dorset in 2015, including a one-off performance at Huish Park itself on 22 January.
Somerset-based Wassail Theatre Company proudly presents its debut production THE GIANTS, a play inspired by Yeovil Town Football Club.