The Cricketer hopes you will join them for their latest live event, taking place in London on 13th August in the company of Yorkshire & England legend Geoffrey Boycott.
Geoffrey played in 108 Tests and 36 ODIs for England, finishing his international career as the highest run-scorer in the history of Test cricket.
He also played for his beloved Yorkshire, captaining the club for eight seasons and scoring more than 100 first-class centuries.
Today, he is one of the most popular and opinionated cricket commentators on radio and television.
Please join them in London on Tuesday August 13 on the eve of the Lord’s Ashes Test to hear Geoffrey in conversation with The Cricketer editor Simon Hughes.
Likely topics include to be discussed include:
- A look back on England’s World Cup campaign – did Eoin Morgan’s side do as well as expected?
- An analysis of the first Ashes Test and look ahead to the rest of the series – will England be able to regain the Ashes?
- Will England find a solution to their Test batting woes? Which players should be given a chance for the rest of the series and the winter?
- Recollections of the England and Yorkshire teams of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
- His post-playing career – touring the cricket world as a radio and television commentator, publishing numerous books, his work as columnist for The Telegraph, and his time as Yorkshire president.
Tickets: £27.24 per person or £21.91 for subscribers
Date: Tuesday August 13th
Timing: 6.30pm to 8.30pm (the event will start at 7pm)
Venue: Tuke Hall, Regent’s University, London NW1 4NS