Written by BAA’s Simon Macallum , directed by Neil Leiper and featuring Natali McCleary and David McGowan, Cool Dads returns to Oran Mor this Spring, part of their season of the most popular plays from past seasons.
Saturday morning. First round, Under 14’s Scottish Cup. Angie, Danny and Graham take up their regular positions on the touchline to cheer on their boys.
Will Mosspark pull off a miracle and beat the Kings of Rosshill? More importantly will their friendships survive to the final whistle?
A story about school football, parenting and impossible dreams.
Runs Mon, 20 May, 2019 — Sat, 25 May, 2019
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