Win tickets to see top darts show

14:55 05 October 2012

Legends of the oche

Legends of the oche


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:, 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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