The Giant Killers
  • Edinburgh Fringe

The Giant Killers tells the true story of the first working-class men to compete in the FA Cup. A team of mill workers from Darwen go head-to-head with the Old Etonians in a match that inspired a nation. The Giant Killers was first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, the first-ever dramatisation of this incredible story. The show received standing ovations and multiple five-star reviews. The events that inspired this story are currently being dramatised by Netflix in a new series, The English Game.

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