• Edinburgh Fringe

1902 sheds a light on the dark side of football, telling real stories about real people, but showing that not all football fans are as bad as they are perceived to be. This tale of pride, woe, defeat and victory reaches out to anyone who has dared to dream. Set in a country riddled by inevitable failure in the sporting department, 1902 highlights the eternal hope that continues to radiate throughout Scotland, affecting sports fans and all aspects of life. This play takes an access all areas approach to working class life in Scotland.