Deller and Lloyd at Fifth Town Legends of Darts
Monday, 27th Nov 2017 22:01
Keith Deller and Colin Lloyd are the stars of the fifth annual Town Legends of Darts event raising funds for the Blues' Academy Association on Tuesday 27th February at Greshams Sport and Social Club in Tuddenham Road (7pm).
The evening, which will be hosted by Russ Bray, will include a darts exhibition match featuring 1983 World Champion and ex-Blues ballboy Deller and former world number one Lloyd. Town players past and present will be joining the duo on the oche to test their darts skills, along with fans.
Tickets to the event are £20 each, including on-site parking, event seating on a first come, first served basis and a one-course meal. Those booking this package will get the opportunity to secure autographs from Deller and Lloyd, while a random selection of ticket holders will play in one of the darts competitions via a raffle.
VIP tickets for the evening are priced at £50 each and include complimentary drinks and photo opportunity in the VIP lounge with the darts legends and Town players and ex-players, an exclusive question and answer session and complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks with the one-course meal, plus seating for the event in a prime location.
To buy your tickets and for more information, visit ITFC Direct.
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