Newcastle Thunder will mark 50 days to go until the 2017 Dacia Magic Weekend in Newcastle, with a Question of Sport evening at Kingston Park Stadium, featuring some very special guests.
Salford City Red’s Gareth O Brien and St Helens Kyle Amor will be in attendance and will join opposing teams captained by current Thunder co-captains Rhys Clarke and Joe Brown to compete for all important bragging rights.
Teams will be completed by members of the audience, with the quiz being part of a full evening of entertainment, including a Q&A session with the Super League and Thunder players and screening of that evening’s BetFred Super League fixture between Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors.
Starting at 18:30, the event takes place in the Platinum South Suite, West stand, with tickets for the night free to claim for all 2017 Newcastle Thunder season ticket members.
Non-members are also welcome to attend, with tickets available to purchase for £10 per person but this is on a first come first served basis with tickets limited to 100.
Further underlining the club’s commitment to its season ticket members, free entry into the night compliments other benefits that including free parking, entry into academy games and discounts on merchandise, not to mention the club’s money back guarantee of making the end of season play-offs.
Entry will be via the main entrance to the West Stand.
As space for this event is limited season ticket holders wishing to claim tickets or non season ticket holders wishing to purchase tickets can do so by calling 0871 2266060 or by visiting the Kingston Park Stadium box office or buying online at https://www.eticketing.co.uk/newcastle-falcons/details/event.aspx?itemref=3085