Book your place as sporting stars align for unmissable Everyman event

How would you like to be present for a special Irish Examiner evening of fascinating sporting theatre and stimulating debate from some of the greatest superstars this country has produced?

Enjoy a once-off opportunity to journey inside the mind of sporting legends on Thursday, March 3 at The Everyman Theatre in Cork.

This unique gathering of Irish Examiner writers and columnists features Liam Brady in conversation with Liam Mackey, Ronan O’Gara face-to-face with Donal Lenihan and Ruby Walsh being grilled by our racing correspondent Tommy Lyons followed by a panel discussion to include all. Members of the audience will also have the opportunity to pose their own questions.

Euro 2016, the Six Nations, and the Cheltenham Festival top the agenda, but it’s an open floor.

Tony Leen, sports editor, explained: “The Irish Examiner showcases some of the best and most opinionated sportswriters in the country, high achievers who bring their deep insight and knowledge to our sports pages every week. But we want to further engage with sports fans by bringing a group of our top writers together for one night only.

“2016 is a massive sporting year — the Six Nations will be up for grabs, Cheltenham is around the corner and Euro 2016 will hold us in thrall in the summer. Who better to bring those global events to your doorstep than O’Gara, Lenihan, Ruby, Tommy Lyons, Liam Mackey, and Liam Brady?”

The event take places in The Everyman on Thursday, March 3 at 8pm. Tickets are now on sale (€25) and can be purchased from or by telephone at 021-450 1673. Telephone and internet transactions are subject to a booking fee.


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