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Cricket's Greatest Moments Dinner

Venue: Nursery Pavilion, Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood Road, London NW8 8QN

Join Phil Tufnell, David Gower and our world-renowned panel of cricketers to have your say during this unmissable evening to select the greatest moments in cricket’s history, in partnership with the Cricketer Magazine.

Our celebrity panel led by Phil Tufnell, a regular captain on ‘A Question of Sport’ and past ‘King of the Jungle', and David Gower, Ashes winning captain and one of the most stylish left-handed batsmen of all time who will be joined by a host of cricketing stars and celebrities looking back at some of the biggest talking points in the history of the game as part of the Lord’s Taverners 70th anniversary.

Will our illustrious cricket panels agree with the audience voting on their own favourite memories of the greatest cricket moments in England of all time! Will England's 2005 Ashes victory make the shortlist? Or what about last year’s dramatic World Cup Final success at Lord’s... and who can forget Ben Stokes' heroic innings to see England to victory against Australia at Headingly? 

Secure your chance now to be part of this exciting evening with first class dining, a lot of fun and the ultimate cricket debate at the home of cricket!

More details to be announced, but to book your place, please call 0207 025 0022 or email us.

Event information


Nursery Pavilion, Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood Road, London NW8 8QN


Wednesday 30 September 2020

Members - £125
Non-Members - £145
Platinum - £250 

Standard tickets include a beer reception, three course dinner and the greatest cricketing debate over the last 70 years. 

Platinum tickets include a celebrity on your table, premier seating, access to the Presidents' VIP reception, a bottle of wine per person on your table and entertainment all evening! 

6:30pm - Drinks Reception
7.15pm - Dinner
11.00pm - Carriages

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Lounge Suit

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