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?
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.