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Those Glory Glory Days - TTT screening

The Tottenham Tribute Trust gives Spurs fans another chance to enjoy that fabulous film 'Those Glory Glory Days' with a special screening at The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham, London, N15 4RX on Tuesday, March 18, doors open at 7.30pm.

All proceeds from the evening will go directly to assist our former players.

This wonderful Tottenham-themed film focuses on a group of girls who become obsessed with the Club and their own quest to obtain tickets for the 1961 FA Cup Final.

The evening will be hosted by our matchday host Paul Coyte who will stage a question-and-answer session with the film’s writer Julie Welch and the main star Zoe Nathenson.

In addition, there will be further interviews with guests of honour including Cliff Jones and Terry Dyson.

Tickets are priced at £20 for adults and £15 concessions. They can only be purchased online directly from the venue via  Places are limited so book early.

The evening will also provide an opportunity to win some amazing raffle prizes and to purchase author Norman Giller’s latest book on our former manager Bill Nicholson. This will be available at a discounted price, all of which goes to the TTT.

The Tottenham Tribute Trust is a registered charity set up to provide assistance to former players of Tottenham Hotspur FC. (charity number 1094092).  More information can be obtained from their web site

“The Tribute Trust continues to work to help our former players who find themselves in need of various forms of assistance in later life. We have helped a number of players from that all conquering side that won the Double in 1960-61,” said the Trust’s Daniel Wynne.

“This timeless film looks at how a group of girls deals with their devotion to Tottenham Hotspur among other challenges in their life. The 1961 FA Cup final is a key part of the story line and, by a wonderful coincidence, the date of the event is the anniversary of Spurs reaching Wembley when we beat Burnley 3-0 in the semi-final.

“We look forward to seeing as many people as possible at what promises to be a great evening.”

For Spurs fans this is definitely a wonderful and relevant charity to support and what better way to do that than by re-living this great film in the company of fellow supporters?