McGuiness & Whitham On Tour 2nd Nov

The Forum, Northallerton 2nd November

John McGuinness is simply the God of TT racing. A complete legend of the sport who holds the mind-blowing record of an amazing 23 wins around the Isle of Man track.

O’Sullivan Events in association with MJK Sports Events are extremely privileged to bring you the exclusive opportunity to hear the fascinating tales of this special man, as he exclusively opens up about his momentous achievements at the top level of motorbike racing.

An evening with Norman Whiteside

An evening with Norman Whiteside, The Forum, Northallerton

Saturday 12th February 2020
The Forum, Northallerton

The Youngest Player to take part in a World Cup
The Youngest Player to score in a League AND FA Cup Final
The Youngest Player to score a senior goal for Manchester United

O’Sullivan Events are proud to bring Manchester United & Northern Ireland Legend Norman Whiteside to The Forum.

With 68 goals in 278 United appearances including ‘that’ goal in the FA Cup Final against Everton in 1985, Norman is an iconic figure that has had a roller coaster of a life.

A professional career on the pitch that was sadly ended by Injury. It did not stop Norman from pursuing his dreams and his stories from his non-playing days are a match for the brilliant tales he tells when he was still lacing up his boots.

Sir Alex Ferguson once said of Norman ‘ if he had an extra yard of pace he would have been one of the best the World had ever seen’

Don’t miss out on a chance to spend the evening in the company of a legend, who is still revered by football fans across the world!

Standard Tickets are Just £20 and are for the show only.

VIP Tickets are £30 and include a meet & greet with Norman along with a professional photograph our photographer will take and we will print for you to take home on the night.

 

An audience with Andy McNab

An audience with Andy McNab

Ladies and Gentleman

From the day he was found in a Harrods carrier bag on the steps of Guy’s Hospital, Andy McNab has lived an extraordinary life. Brought up on the gritty housing estates of Peckham, South East London, as a teenage delinquent, he kicked against society. As a young soldier he waged war against the IRA in the streets and fields of South Armagh. As a member of 22 SAS he was at the centre of covert operations for nine years – on five continents.

During the first Gulf War he commanded Bravo Two Zero, a patrol that, in the words of his commanding officer, ‘will remain in regimental history for ever’.

The patrol infiltrated Iraq in January 1991, but was soon compromised. A fierce firefight with Iraqi troops ensued and the patrol was forced to escape and evade on foot to Syria. Three of the eight men were killed; four were captured after three days on the run; one escaped.

One of the four taken prisoner, McNab was held for six weeks and was relentlessly and savagely tortured. He suffered nerve damage to both hands, a dislocated shoulder, kidney and liver damage and contracted hepatitis. After six months of medical treatment he was back on active service.

Awarded both the Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) and Military Medal (MM) during his career, McNab was the British Army’s most highly decorated serving soldier when he finally left the SAS in February 1993.

ON OCTOBER THE 15TH AT THE FORUM NORTHALLERTON YOU WILL HEAR IT ALL FROM THE MAN HIMSELF.

ALL TICKETS £30 AND INCLUDE A SIGNED HARDBACK COPY OF ANDY McNAB’s NEW BOOK WHATEVER IT TAKES. TICKETS AVAILABLE FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.

SPECIFIC EVENT INFORMATION.

  • 18.30 DOORS OPEN/BOOK COLLECTION
  • 19.30 PART 1 AN AUDIENCE WITH ANDY McNAB
  • 20.30 INTERVAL
  • 21.00 AUDIENCE Q/A
  • 22.00 FINISH

BOOKS

Andy McNab has written about his experiences in the SAS in three bestselling books. Bravo Two Zero is the highest selling war book of all time and has sold over 10 million copies in the UK alone. It has been published in 17 countries and translated into 16 languages. Immediate Action, McNab’s autobiography, spent 18 weeks at the top of the bestseller lists. Seven Troop was a Sunday Times Top 5 bestseller in hardback and paperback

McGuiness & Whitham On Tour

McGuinness & Whitham O'Sullivan Events 2nd of November

McGuiness & Whitham On Tour

The Forum, Northallerton

John McGuinness is simply the God of TT racing. A complete legend of the sport who holds the mind-blowing record of an amazing 23 wins around the Isle of Man track.

O’Sullivan Events in association with MJK Sports Events are extremely privileged to bring you the exclusive opportunity to hear the fascinating tales of this special man, as he exclusively opens up about his momentous achievements at the top level of motorbike racing.

Following events and rave reviews in places like Aberdeen and Hereford and everywhere in between we thought it was about time we took the event on the road and on November 2nd at The Forum, Northallerton you have the unique chance to hear everything from the man himself.

This event earns rave reviews wherever we take it and a major reason for that is James Whitham, an expert on motorbike racing James conducts the interview with John along with an audience Q&A. We work regularly with both and honestly the interview and stage chemistry between John and James is fantastic. James covers everything in the interview in a way that brings out the best in John and the banter is brilliant between the two.

We also take you round a lap of the TT course on our big screens with commentary by John himself and as an added bonus John always brings along a couple of his famous bikes for his fans to see.

We are delighted to offer you the exclusive opportunity to meet and hear John McGuinness as he reveals all. This is a unique evening, and an absolute must for all sports fans and if you just happen to be a fan of Motor Cycle racing then it is unmissable.

£25 Tickets are show only

£79.99 VIP TICKETS – Pre Event Meet & Greet. This includes 30 minute private reception with John & James PLUS complimentary food & drink

Doors Open at 18.00, Event starts at 19.00, Event Finishes 22.30.

Dress Code is smart casual.

SIR RANULPH FIENNES, THE WORLDS GREATEST LIVING EXPLORER

An evening with Sir Ranulph Fiennes' at The Forum, Northallerton, 29th November

An evening with Sir Ranulph Fiennes’

Ladies and Gentleman,

Listening to Sir Ranulph Fiennes’ incredible stories leaves you dumbfounded and in a state of disbelief.

From his self-deprecating tales of academic failure, through his time in the Forces, to discovering lost Middle Eastern cities and of course, his many and varied expeditions, it’s amazing how much one man has crammed into his life.

On November 29th at The Forum, Northallerton we are thrilled to be bringing Sir Ranulph to such a wonderful setting and no one will leave without a feeling of absolute wonderment.

Following a host of sell out shows at the Ramside Hall Hotel ( twice ), in Durham, the Grand Connaught Rooms, in London then more intimate night’s at Bingley arts centre and the Victoria Hall Keighley the audiences were captivated by the stories and left open-mouthed at the challenges faced and conquered by Sir Ran, his first wife Ginny and countless colleagues like Dr Mike Stroud, who have faced every challenge with him.

Three things stand out firstly from the big screen video entrance the 50 minute description of his life and the audience question and answer sessions that follow. He is not one to boast, he does not suffer fools gladly and he has a very dry but funny sense of humour. It is not for the faint hearted either, with a couple of pictures of hands and feet that had been subjected to extreme cold and the ravaged faces exposed to pure Ozone.

Among the many physical problems Sir Ran describes, including heart-attacks and diabetes, one is very evident. Frostbite cost the explorer the fingers on his left hand and such was the pain during his wait to have them operated on in the UK (you have to wait five months on medical grounds) his description of literally taking matters into his own hands with his wife Ginny was as a bleak and matter-of-fact as any story you’ll ever hear.

It is a privilege to be in such an incredible man’s company. He is undoubtedly a Great Briton and the World’s Greatest Living Explorer. Sir Ranulph Fiennes is super human and a super human too.

If his story were not true you would not believe it and if you have not seen him live then this event is an absolute must.

When the night has finished Sir Ran will host a book signing where guests can purchase any of his books and have them personally signed and dedicated by the man himself.

Tickets from £35

The Forum
Northallerton
29th November

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