Win tickets to see top darts show

14:55 05 October 2012

Legends of the oche

Legends of the oche

Archant

the inaugural Legends of Darts South West tour for 2012 is coming to Woodbury Park.

The tour, covering seven towns/cities across four counties in seven days, sees four of the greatest names ever to toe the oche entertain local crowds in a series of shows which will involve a great deal of audience participation as well as a knock-out tournament between themselves to round off the show.

Tuesday, October 30, sees five-time world champion and Sky Sports pundit Eric Bristow, three-time world champion John Lowe, 1983 world champion and Sky Sports spotter Keith Deller, and two-time News of the World champion and the face of BBC darts, Bobby George, entertain the crowds at Woodbury Park Hotel and Golf Club.

Hosted by MC Sean Casey-Poole, with referee Andy Maddicks, the four legends will each play exhibition matches against lucky crowd members, auction winners and VIPs before returning to the stage to play a mini tournament between themselves, with a memorabilia auction and question and answer session rounding off the evening.

These will be the final shows Eric Bristow will perform before heading into the I’m A Celebrity jungle down under so, don’t miss this last chance to see him live.

Tickets for this event are moving fast, and priced from just £10, or 5 for £45 (for standard), it is easy to see why.

VIP tickets, which include early admission to the venue to meet the players over a pre-show buffet, start at just £40 per person.

Tickets are available now from the website: www.legendsofdarts.co.uk, from SeeTickets, or by phone from 0843 289 0442.

■ For a chance to get your hands on a pair of tickets, simply answer the following question:

■ What show is Eric Bristow due to set off to be in?

Send your answer on a postcard with your name, address and daytime contact number to: Darts competition, Archant South West, Exeter Airport Business Park, Fair Oak Close, Clyst Honiton, EX5 2UL.

All entries must be received by 11am on Friday, October 12.

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