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.
Brennan’s Natali McCleary will appear in Season 6 of CBBC football drama Jamie Johnson on October 25! Have a first look on BBC iPlayer, here.
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