To celebrate this summer’s Ashes clashes, Britain's most popular cricket commentators meet live on stage for the first time. Sir Geoffrey Boycott, England’s brilliant opening batsman and outspoken critic of the game is a controversial character who divides the cricket world.
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew learnt his craft under the tutelage of Brian Johnston and has emerged from the notoriety of the gloriously funny 'leg over' incident to become one of the country’s finest commentators and interviewers.
He and Geoffrey have a unique on-air relationship which led Wisden to christen them 'the Lennon and McCartney of cricket broadcasting' when they were voted Britain’s most popular cricket commentators.
Sir Geoffrey talks frankly with Jonathan about his career in the middle and at the centre of controversy. The pair debate hot topics from the Ashes series, Boycott's views on modern cricketers and about cricket in general. There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask their own questions and the show will be fun, fiery and full of surprises.
In support of The Professional Cricketers' Association Benevolent Fund
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