Join the world-renowned selection panel, who will lead everyone through a lively debate and discussion in order to select their ultimate legendary England Test team. There will be current and former stars from the last 50 years here and it will be at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Thursday 27th September, 2018.
Under the leadership of the Chairman of Selectors and television broadcaster, Mark Nicholas, the panel will also include current Director of England Cricket, Andrew Strauss, The Times cricket correspondent and Sky Sports expert, Mike Atherton along with respected Test Match Special broadcaster, Henry Blofeld.
Together, they have hundreds of international appearances, thousands of runs and many hours of watching some of the best English players taking the field. This panel is, therefore, best able to make selections from the best batsmen, bowlers, wicket-keepers and fielders from the last half century of English cricket.
This evening event will be hosted by former England captain, Chris Cowdrey. Here, you will also get a chance to have your say on the selection and there will be appearances from stars of the world game!
Tickets are now on sale and are priced at £149 for members and £199 for non-members. This will include a gourmet three-course dinner with wine included. There will also be voting on the night by the audience.
There are also "Platinum tables" which are available for £3,500. A platinum table package includes the following:
Having a cricketing legend sitting at your table
Entry to the VIP reception
A prime position table of ten including your legend
Three-course dinner with a bottle of wine per person
Acknowledgement in the programme
This would be a fabulous one to book and you can do so my calling 020 7025 0022.
Where: London Hilton on Park Lane When: Thursday 27th September, 2018
Cost: £149 for members and early birds; £199 for non-members
Times: 6.30 pm reception, and 7.15 pm to 10.00 pm dinner
Dress code: Lounge suit
All funds raised on the evening will go towards the Lord's Taverners charity - giving young people a chance.
Phone: 020 7025 0000; or email: email@example.com
About Lady Taverners
The Lady Taverners was formed by Baroness Thatcher. Normally each Prime Minister had been made a member of the Lord's Taverners, but the first Lady Prime Minister caused the previously all-male club a problem.
So they decided to form the Honorary Lady Taverners, and in the early 1980's, the late David Evans MP invited Baroness Thatcher to become Honorary Lady Taverner No. 1. And she did agree!
Twenty-three other ladies were initially invited by the then Lord's Taverners president, Eric Morecambe, to join. These were ladies who had helped at cricket matches, as well as those who had organised the very successful tombola at the President's Ball. A short time later, more were invited, bringing the total to 61.
You can read the full history of this charity here.
CRICKET FANS - have your say, vote, and book now to avoid disappointment!