Stage Adaptation of Nick Hornby’s ‘Fever Pitch’ is Coming to Islington

A stage adaptation of Nick Hornby’s best selling memoir Fever Pitch is set to open at the Hope Theatre in Islington for a month. The play explores Hornby’s long lasting love affair with Arsenal Football Club and with that, the highs and the lows of a twenty year relationship. Fever Pitch is on at the Hope in Islington from 31 August until 25 September. Anthony has been speaking to the cast.


Tanya Francis 27th August 2021


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