By Peter Terson

6th September to 9th September . 7.30pm, 2.30pm Thursday, Friday & Saturday matinees .
£15 - £20, £12.50 - £17.50 concessions

In this tale of 1960s tribalism, follow Harry Philton, a passionate fan of his local football team, torn between the life of sex, drink and violence which football hooliganism offers and the prospect of a stable future.

One of the first stories to capture the cultural phenomenon of football hooliganism, Zigger Zagger was the National Youth Theatre's first ever new writing commission. 50 years later Peter Terson's landmark play is revived for a contemporary audience in this special anniversary production with a cast of 50 directed by Juliet Knight (White Boy) as part of National Youth Theatre’s 2017 East End Season.

This performance is expected to finish at around 10.15pm and includes a 20 minutes interval.

Listen to interviews with the cast past and present in our podcast here.
Read about the history of the production on our blog.

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