A special evening remembering the 2005 Ashes series with England captain Michael Vaughan is coming at the end of this month. Michael will be joined on stage by Simon Hughes, who rose to prominence as the analyst on Channel 4’s ground-breaking coverage eleven years ago. Take a trip down memory lane with two men who were at the heart of the action during that magical summer.
- Hear a first-hand account from Michael Vaughan as they re-live key moments of the series on a big screen during an event
- Pose questions to Michael Vaughan directly – what was it like to captain that bowling attack? What really happened at 10 Downing Street? Was he really as calm as he looked?
- Simon Hughes lifts the lid on what it was like to be part of the Channel 4 team
If you fancy it then join thecricketer.com for what should be a wonderful evening remembering the greatest summer of them all. Please note tickets are strictly limited – so contact them now to book and avoid disappointment.
We here ourselves at Fours n Sixes are hoping to be there and ask some questions from our experience of being at the Third Test Match at Old Trafford. We weren’t there for the famous day five events but did manage to get to both day one and day two.
The doors will open at 6pm at the Tabernacle Theatre, 35 Powis Square, off Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London W11 2AY. Then the event will begin at 7pm and finish at 8.30pm. The bar will be open before and after the debate – so get there early and have a drink or stay late and continue the debate with the panelists.
Ticket prices are £20 or £25. See you there hopefully.