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The Good, The Bad and the Rugby Live at New Theatre Oxford

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Rugby fans - it’s time to get lined up as England heroes James Haskell and Mike Tindall take to the road with the world’s most popular rugby podcast - The Good, The Bad And The Rugby.

The LIVE tour is the first ever outing for the hit podcast which, since launching in summer 2020, has grown to become the UK’s top sporting podcast, with more than 3million listeners and 20 million-plus viewers online.

Joining James and Mike for The Good, The Bad And The Rugby – Live will be their podcast co-host former Sky Sports’ rugby presenter Alex Payne and special guest Chris Ashton.

The trio will take to the stage to recreate the trademark banter they have on air, as The Good (Alex), The Bad (James) And The Rugby (Mike) share tales from on and off the pitch for what promises to be a night filled with surprises and laughter.

ONE NIGHT ONLY

Book Tickets Now:www.atgtickets.com

New Theatre Oxford - 22nd May 2022

Click the link to read our interview with James haskell: www.oxmag.co.uk/articles/james-haskell/

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