Two of the leading figures in British cricket broadcasting are teaming up to perform a show at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Thursday, July 4, starting at 7.30pm.
An Evening With Boycott And Aggers features Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew in full flow, talking about the game they both still love with a passion.
Geoffrey Boycott is one of the most successful figures ever to have represented his country at cricket.
The Yorkshire and England opening batsman played 108 test matches for his country in a highly successful career that spanned a quarter of a century.
Jonathan Agnew was a fast bowler for Leicestershire and England who moved seamlessly into the media when he retired in 1990.
He has been the BBC’s cricket correspondent for over 20 years now, a period that has seen great changes made to the game.
Both Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew are key figures in the commentary box for BBC radio’s lastingtly popular Test Match Special and they will be bringing with them plenty anecdotes to the Royal Concert Hall about a lifetime spent playing and commentating on cricket.
Tickets to see An Evening With Boycott And Aggers cost £21. Call 0115 989 5555 for availability.