Book by Tamsin Collison (from the book by Nick Hornby), Music by Scott Stroman
Arsenal till I die
I'm Arsenal till I die
I know I am,
I'm sure I am
Arsenal till I die!
Highbury Opera Theatre presents the world's first musical adaptation of Nick Hornby's legendary football memoir, to mark the book's 25th anniversary.
Fever Pitch traces the agonies and the ecstasies of lifelong Arsenal superfan ‘Gooner’, alongside his own struggles to grow up and make it as both a writer and a man.
Composer Scott Stroman (HOT's Artistic Director) and librettist Tamsin Collison have adapted Hornby’s celebrated travails into a through-sung musical show, featuring a cast of six professional actor/singers and a dozen professional musicians, plus a large community chorus and 40 local school children. The range of musical styles includes classical, jazz, folk-rock, music hall and terrace chants.
The show will receive its World Premiere on Friday 22nd September, with further performances over the weekend of 23rd and 24th.
Tickets now on sale and can be booked through website www.highburyoperatheatre.com/Buy Tickets page.
Venue: The Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, Highbury London N1 2UN.
Nearest tube: Highbury & Islington.
“This is the opera for people who think that they don't like opera." Scott Stroman, Composer
“Anyone got a rhyme for ‘Arsenal’? Anyone...?”
Tamsin Collison, Librettist.