Tribeca Events, in partnership with Chicken & Blues, Lashings and Bournemouth Rugby Club are proud to present an intimate 3 course dinner with the legendary, former England Rugby star, Lewis Moody. All funds raised on the night will benefit Wooden Spoon and Bournemouth Rugby Club.
Date: Thursday 28th November 2019
Venue: Hilton Ballroom, Bournemouth.
General Admission with 3 course meal – £55
General Admission with 3 course meal (Table of 10) – £500
Meet & Greet Ticket with 3 course meal – £75
Meet & Greet with 3 course meal (Table of 10) – £700
Top Table with 3 course meal (Table of 10) – £1500 – Sit on the top table with Lewis
To purchase your tickets – click here.
After dinner, Lewis Moody will be live on stage with tales from his decorated career. A legend at both Bath Rugby and Leicester Tigers as well an illustrious international career culminating in winning the 2003 Rugby World Cup as well as tours with the British and Irish Lions, expect an insider’s view on the world of elite level rugby as well as his thoughts on the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Lewis played a part in all seven World Cup matches and came on as a replacement in the final to replace Richard Hill. He won the final line-out in the phase of play which led to Jonny Wilkinson’s winning iconic drop goal, relive a moment of sporting history.
This exclusive event is held in stylish The Hilton Hotel Ballroom. We also have live music from talented soloist Chris Payn as we dine.
There will also be a meet and greet session available pre event in the Hilton Sky Bar, where you can meet Lewis, have a photo taken and have him sign something special for yourself or that rugby fanatic in your life.
The evening includes:
Delicious 3 course meal designed by Hilton’s executive chef – full menu below
Live music from Chris Payn
In-depth on stage interview with Lewis Moody
Interactive Audience Q & A session
Fun fund-raising games for Bournemouth Rugby Club & Wooden Spoon Charity
Photograph Opportunity (Meet & Greet Tickets / Top Table)
This fundraising event is being held in aid of Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby