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An Evening with Aggers

An Evening with Aggers

Get ready for some wicket wisdom with cricket legend and renowned BBC correspondent, Jonathan Agnew

After scoring big with audiences on his Aggers and Tuffers tour, Agnew is back to hit it out of the park with more thrilling cricket tales and unforgettable anecdotes.  

Join Aggers as he takes you on a journey through his storied career, sharing never-before-heard and hilarious stories. From his time commentating on the Olympics in Rio—covering unusual sports like equestrian racing and target shooting—to what he considers a highlight of his career, announcing the intense final moments of the iconic 2019 Super Over win, Agnew's tales are certain to captivate. 

Don’t miss this this opportunity to hear from one of the greatest cricket broadcasters of all time. Aggers will also reveal new insights into his classic moments, his early days learning the ropes under the guidance of the legendary Brian Johnston, rising above the infamous "leg over" incident, and working with the indomitable Sir Geoffrey Boycott. 

Whether you're a die-hard fan or new to the game, plunge into the world of cricket with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, an electrifying blend of sporting highlights, uproarious anecdotes, and side-splitting humour. 

“A figure so comfortable with the relaxed style, the mellifluous cadence, and the reflexive witticism that you wonder if Aggers is truly the person Alan Partridge imagines he is.” The Scotsman

Derby Theatre

Theatre Severn, Shropshire

Lyceum Theatre, Crewe

The Alban Arena, St Albans

Rose Theatre, Kingston

Palace Theatre, Southend on Sea

Norwich Theatre Playhouse

Norwich Theatre Playhouse

Frome Memorial Theatre, Somerset

Spa Theatre, Scarborough

MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton

Bridport Electric Palace

Royal & Derngate, Northampton

Easterbrook Hall, Dumfries

Gloucester Guildhall

Shanklin Theatre, Isle of Wight

Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden

King's Hall, Ilkley