Tuesday 14 September: 7.30pm
Please note seats are unreserved.
Micky Cochrane in Carrying David By Ed Waugh Directed by Russell Floyd
The remarkable true story of boxer Glenn McCrory and his heart warming relationship with his brother David is brought to life and back to the stage in this powerful and gripping production.
Adapted from McCrory’s autobiography of the same name in a funny and dramatic play by Ed Waugh, it takes us from the streets of County Durham and the industrial North East to London and beyond, through the experiences of the two brothers and an unforgiving and rollercoaster boxing career. Inspired by the courage of David, who defied expectations in his battle against a terminal illness, McCrory fights back from the brink in a bid to become the first world champion from the North East of England on an unforgettable night in his home town.
Superbly directed by Russell Floyd with an outstanding performance from Micky Cochrane as Glenn, Carrying David is an inspirational and uplifting tale of love, hardship and struggle and triumph over adversity.
Following the performance of Carrying David, we’re delighted that Glenn McCrory will join the Chronicle’s John Gibson on stage for a Q&A.
"Cochrane brought a perfect blend of humour, grit and boundless energy. Had the audience on its feet." Belfast Telegraph
"Superb...it has emotion and heart, and is incredibly uplifting...you don't need to be a boxing fan to enjoy this." Sunday Sun
Age guidance: 14+ Running time: 90 minutes plus 20 minute interval.
This performance will be sold to reduced capacity. If you’re able to, please wear a mask, in line with government advice. For further information on the safety measures in place at Queen’s Hall, click here.