The UK’s top sporting podcast, The Good, The Bad & The Rugby, is back on tour for a World Cup After Party.
England Rugby heroes James Haskell and Mike Tindall and former Sky Sports rugby presenter Alex Payne share their personal World Cup stories and recap the action from the 10th men’s Rugby World Cup in France this Autumn… In their very own, The Good, The Bad & The Rugby style.
This will be the second tour from the hugely successful podcast team, who has gained more than 50 million views online since launching in 2020 and follows a series of sold-out shows in 2022.
The trio will take to the stage to recreate their trademark on-air banter as The Good (Alex), The Bad (James) And The Rugby (Mike) share tales from on and off the pitch for what promises to be a night filled with surprises and laughter with audience interaction, fun and games.
Please see important booking information below.
Prices: From £40.72
Tickets are subject to a transaction fee
Age guidance: Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult
There has been a theatre on George Street for almost 170 years. The first theatre was built in 1836, and a second in 1886. In 1934, the third New Theatre opened.
The theatre has been owned by several different companies and undergone several name changes. It is now owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group and hosts everything from ballet and opera to musicals.
On performance days, the Box Office opens at noon and closes 15 minutes after the show starts. If there is a performance on a Sunday or Bank Holiday, Box Office will open 2 hours before the show begins and close 15 minutes after the show starts.
There is a large air-conditioned bar with seating located below the Stalls Foyer, two further bars in the Circle Foyer and an additional one at the back of the balcony. All stocked with an array of drinks and snacks.
There is a cloakroom located in the stalls bar. If this is closed, please speak to a member of staff. £1 per item. It is free to ATG Theatre Card members.
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