On Saturday May 16th nearly 20 years to the day since becoming heavyweight champion of the world we are delighted to be hosting an evening with British Boxing Legend Frank Bruno.
Come along and hear the remarkable stories that Frank has to tell beginning from his days as a child in London all the way through to the present day.
On the night you will hear about the fights the heart breaking world title defeats, his fights with Tyson, Frank’s recent life outside of the ring and of course you will hear about the night Frank reached his destiny and was crowned HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD.
You will also see a spectacular entrance along with career clips shown on the venues big screens.
Franks story is truly inspirational and not to be missed whatever your sport.
Tickets can be bought in all denominations by clicking here. http://www.mjksportsevents.co.uk/events/an-evening-with-frank-bruno
SPECIAL OFFER. Each company/person purchasing a full table of 10 tickets will receive a Frank Bruno signed boxing glove.
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Ticket prices for this wonderful evening are
VIP Front row £50. Includes a signed photo with Frank. Only 80 available on round tables of 10.
Gold tickets £35. All on tables of 8.
To avoid booking fees please call 07414960956 or to request company invoices please email email@example.com and we will arrange company invoices/payment terms.
The event will start at 19.00 and finish at 23.00.
The Victoria Hall venue is a perfect setting for someone of Frank’s stature. On the night you and your guests will enjoy a beautiful two course meal prepared by the venues award winning caterers. You will also enjoy the company of Pete Emmett who is one of the best Compere’s on the after dinner circuit. Pete also works with Frank regularly and has struck up a great rapport with the big man. The comedian for the night will be the superb Gary Marshall who is widely regarded as one of the best after dinner comics in the country. Gary is highly sought after and having tried on numerous occasions we are delighted to bring him to Keighley for the first time.