This adaptation of the 1996 film is a must-see in this 30th anniversary year of the Great Miners’ Strike.
It is based on the real story of the brass band of Grimethorpe when the 1992 pit closures brought devastation to the pit village.
The play pulls no punches in its anti-Tory sentiment. It is also moving entertainment with a lot of humour.
The music includes a wonderful performance from Clara Darcy, and real bands from each area the production visits.