Women’s football trailblazer Rose Reilly’s life story, directed by BAA’s own Maureen Carr, is set to be brought to the Play, Pie and a Pint stage on 13th September 2021.
Featuring Christina Strachan and based on real life, Rose tells the incredible, uplifting and inspiring story of an underdog, working-class teenager from Ayrshire who became the greatest female footballer in the world.
Performances run from Mon 13 until Sat 18 September 2021. Information and tickets can be found here.
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