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An Interesting Evening with Steve Davis

Thu 8th Feb 2018 7.30pm
An Interesting Evening with Steve Davis
 

Join us as Steve talks about his career and his new found hobbies and interests. Find out for yourself that Steve is contrary to popular belief – very interesting!

Steve Davis called time on his glittering 38-year professional career in 2016. Announcing his decision at the World Championship, he said: “It has been  fantastic. The game will move on to other places but I feel like the grandfather of the sport. I will still do exhibitions and enjoy snooker and be part of it. Hopefully I’ll be with the BBC team for as many years as they want me. I will still be involved in the coaching and schools project because I think those things are important. I just don’t want to play anymore, it’s too difficult.”

It was during the 80’s at the time of Snookers explosion on our TV screens through the advent of colour that Steve became a household name off the table appearing on shows such as the Morecambe and Wise 2001 Christmas Show, the Cannon and Ball show, Blue Peter, Swap Shop, Question of Sport and many more.

Steve developed the tag ‘Interesting’ after being immortalised on the ITV show Spitting Image and was also voted Haircut and Arse of the year during the 80’s.
Steve joined the BBC in 2002 and together with John Parrott and Hazel Irvine is still involved today bringing snooker into our homes, Steve has had his own Sky TV series titled ‘A Frame with Steve Davis’ and in 2013 Steve took part in ‘I’m a Celebrity, get me out of here’.

Steve holds the record of finishing in the top three of BBC Sports Personality of the year five times winning in 1998.

 

Details

VIP tickets limited, includes meet and greet, professional photograph and glass of bubbly.

Credit and Debit Card fees will apply.

On Sale- Fri 27th Oct 17 At 10.00am

Date

Thursday 8th February
Doors: 7.00pmStart: 7.30pm
 
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Ticket Prices

  • Full£15.00
  • VIP£35.00
  • Door£20.00

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