Exclusive one night only opportunity to spend an evening in Bristol with "The Whirlwind" Jimmy White MBE.
Jimmy will be interviewed LIVE on stage, take part in a 45 minute Q&A session plus Gold and Platinum ticket holders will get to meet the man himself for a photo.
You have 3 ticket options:
£24.95 - Your SILVER ticket includes:
Guaranteed seat at this exclusive event
45 minute On-stage interview
45 minute Q&A with your chance to have your question answered by Jimmy*
Opportunity to purchase signed memorabilia
Free on-site parking
£39.95 - Your GOLD ticket includes:
All the above PLUS
Reserved seating near the front ensuring a fantastic view.
Meet & Greet with Jimmy after the show
Professional photo with Jimmy
£59.95 - Your PLATINUM ticket includes:
All the above PLUS
Seating in the front 2 rows ensuring the very best view.
Exclusive access to VIP area where you’ll mingle with Jimmy for 45 mins before the event starts, enjoy 2 complimentary drinks, Professional photo with Jimmy & autographed souvenir photo.
Professional photos are provided as a high-resolution digital download, these will be available within 48 hours of the event. You are free to print as many copies as you would like and use on Social Media.
We will also allow 1 photo on your mobile phone, please have your phone ready.
*We cannot guarantee that all questions will be answered
About Jimmy White MBE
James Warren White, MBE is an English professional snooker player who now competes with an invitational tour card. Nicknamed "The Whirlwind" because of his fluid, attacking style of play and popularly referred to as the "People's Champion", White was the 1980 World Amateur Champion, 2009 Six-red World champion, 2010 World Seniors Champion, 2019 Seniors 6-Red World Champion and 1984 World Doubles champion with Alex Higgins.
White won two of snooker's three majors: the UK Championship (in 1992) and the Masters (in 1984) and a total of ten ranking events; he is currently tenth on the all-time list of ranking event winners. He reached six World Championship finals but never won the event; the closest he came was in 1994, when he lost in a final frame decider against Stephen Hendry. He spent 21 seasons ranked in snooker's elite top 16. In team events, he won the Nations Cup and the World Cup with England. He is one of a select number of players to have made over 300 century breaks in professional competition. White was also the first left-handed player, and second player overall, to record a maximum break at the World Championship