The Oldham Night of Champions

Oldham Night of Champions

Darts Legend Van Barneveld Headlines Oldham’s Annual Arrows Evening

Five-time World Darts Champion Raymond van Barneveld will spearhead a field of major title winners, who will be pitted against young guns when A Night of Champions returns to Queen Elizabeth Hall on the 8th December.

Prices:  from £20

Dutch great van Barneveld will be joined by three other major champions when the popular event takes place in Oldham on Friday 8 December.

Scotland’s Robert Thornton, who has won the World Grand Prix, UK Open and World Masters, will perhaps be Barney’s main rival for the title.

He will be joined by fellow Scot John Henderson, winner of several Opens and a European Tour finalist.

But Stockport’s Darryl Fitton, last year’s World Trophy winner, will be hoping to draw on vociferous local support to aid his cause.

Former Players Champion Paul Nicholson will also be in the running, as will the highly entertaining former professional Wayne Mardle, who will be adding some razzmatazz to proceedings as always.

In addition to the line-up of experienced champions, three of the sport’s rising stars – including two from Lancashire, will be competing.

They are Bradley Brooks, of Blackburn, Jim Moston, of Stoke-on-Trent, and Oldham’s own Callum Loose.

Tickets £20, A select number of VIP tickets are available for £50
plus booking fee
available from the box office 0900-1700 Mon-Fri

on 0161 770 4083

and online from www.ticketmaster.co.uk

Festival of Rememberance

Oldham Liaison of Ex-Service Assn

presents

Festival of Remembrance

on

Friday 10th November 2017

led by

The Band & Corp of Drums of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (Lancashire)

Dancing & Cabaret

Commence at 7pm

Carriages 1am

Admission by ticket only, Medals may be Worn

Nights on Broadway – Postponed- The Bee Gees Story

Nights on Broadway

Postponed

featuring: The Bee Gees Story

a tribute to the Bee Gees through a fantastic performance, featuring the Gibb brothers incredible songs from over four decades – from the 60s to the 90s. The show gives the audience the experience of being at a Bee Gees concert, with a unique blend of classic hits, acoustic medleys and dance floor favourites.

 

ALL proceeds from this event go to: We love Mcr

 

 

 

Please contact: The box office on 0161 770 4083, 07856 606 794 or ticketmaster for your refund.

We will announce a new date as soon as we have confirmation.

Tickets £22 from The Queen Elizabeth Hall booking office / 0161 770 4083 / Text: 07856 604 794 / ticketmaster