World Cup-winning coach Sir Graham ‘Ted’ Henry will be the star of the show at a supporters evening at Battersea Evolution on 29 October, and will be joined by Stephen Donald, Eric Rush, and Frank Bunce, amongst others.
Henry and Donald will be available for a Q and A session, giving you a chance to ask those burning questions. This will be apt no matter the All Blacks’ actual progression in the tournament!
If you’re keen for some more comedic entertainment, then the Alternative Comedy Collective will be right up your street. Featuring Mike Lane, Jeremy Wells, Leigh Hart, Jason Hoyt, and Matt Heath, they’ll provide levity to proceedings.
If it’s live music you’re keen on, they’ll have that too, with popular reggae outfit Herbs performing. An array of New Zealand beers, wines and food will also be on hand, making it an all-round appealing event.
To recap: 29 October, 7:30pm, Battersea Evolution in London, 295 Dollars (or 125 quid).
Go HERE to buy your tickets. Be speedy though, they’re selling like hot… pavlovas.