Since the London premiere of An Evening With Boycott and Aggers in July 2013, we have presented hugely successful sports talk shows all over the country. Packed with sporting insight, behind the scenes revelations and hilarious anecdotes, these evenings delight both sports lovers and non-aficianados alike.
A Question of Sport
LAP OF HONOUR LIVE TOUR 2021
A Question of Sport Live will follow the small-screen format featuring many of the rounds and challenges fans of the hit show know and love.
It is also truly interactive as audience members will be able to participate by directly posing questions to the teams and getting involved in some rounds before the traditional ‘Sprint Finish’ climax.
This will be A Question of Sport Live’s first tour in nine years and Sue, Matt and Phil are all excited about getting back on the road together with a host of special guest star panellists who will soon be revealed. READ MORE
At Home with Henry
Blowers was due to be on the road performing his one-man, socially-distanced theatre show all across our green and pleasant land. However, the latest lockdown has put paid to that.
But you can’t keep a good man down and so, as Henry is not permitted to visit his adoring audiences where they are, he is inviting you into his Norfolk cottage for three very special and intimate 45 minutes of At Home With Henry. In this one day with Blowers, the three passages of play follow the sessions of a day’s cricket – Morning, Afternoon and Evening – and really are the ultimate in safe and socially distanced shows! READ MORE
An Evening With Sir Geoffrey Boycott
A Brand New Knight Out!
An Evening With Geoffrey Boycott last appeared on stage in 2017. A great deal has happened since then – in the cricket world, the world at large and in the world of our Geoffrey. He has had major heart surgery, become a grandfather for the first time and finally been honoured with a long-overdue knighthood.
Geoffrey’s many fans have expressed their deep disappointment at his disappearance from our airwaves. So, in a packed autumn in which England are defending their T20 World Cup title and competing with the old enemy to wrest back control of The Ashes, here is their chance to hear what Geoffrey thinks about – well, everything!
Forthright honest views, hilarious anecdotes, personal film footage from an incredible career and a chance for the audience to ask Sir Geoffrey their own questions. It’s a brilliant new evening with our brand new knight. READ MORE
An Evening with Aggers
Since the home Ashes series in 2013, the Evenings with Aggersshows have been delighting audiences and selling out theatres all over England.
Jonathan Agnew is the BBC chief cricket correspondent and learnt his craft under the tutelage of Brian Johnston, emerging from the notoriety of the gloriously funny “leg over” incident to become one of the country’s finest commentators and interviewers.
His consummate skills on air have proved electric on stage as he has taken on his unique and prickly commentating partner, Geoffrey Boycott, followed by England spin legend, Graeme Swann, Indian’s ‘Little Master’, Sunil Gavaskar and now, bad boy of English cricket, Phil Tufnell and the hilariously madcap David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd. READ MORE
An Evening with Aggers & Cook
Jonathan and Alastair always enjoyed a cordial relationship as BBC correspondent and England captain. Recently, of course, Cook has joined Aggers in the box and is evidently a natural in this new environment. The pair were on commentary during the nail-biting final moments of England’s dramatic World Cup victory and they are bound to relive that, among other special memories, in this highly entertaining evening.
Aggers will encourage Alastair to lift the lid on life in the England dressing room and you can also tweet the pair with your own questions. Make them good ones! READ MORE
A Brand New Evening with
Aggers & Tuffers
By popular demand, Jonathan and Phil have teamed up for a brand new show in 2020 and 2021.
The perfect show for lovers of laughter, larger-than-life characters and jaw-dropping anecdotes. Since 2016, An Evening With Aggers and Tuffers has been selling out theatres all over the country. With Aggers’ Boycott-baiting wind-ups and tall tales of Tuffers’ global misdeeds, this is an unbeatable evening for cricket fans and non-aficionados alike.
From their first Evening With Aggers and Tuffers in 2016, they were an immediate hit with cricket fans and non-lovers of the game alike and have gone on to sell out theatres all over the country. READ MORE
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