BBC’s A Question of Sport continues its 50th anniversary tour celebration with two shows at the Eventim Apollo. Limited tickets are available.
A Question of Sport first aired in January 1970. Since then more than 2,000 of the biggest names in British and international sport have appeared across 1,000 A Question Of Sport episodes, making it the world’s longest running TV sports quiz
The show’s biggest ever live tour marks the end of an era with long-time host Sue Barker – who took the presenting reins in 1997 – and popular team captains Phil Tufnell and Matt Dawson due to step down from the quiz this year.
Former rugby player Matt Dawson, a part of England’s 2003 World Cup-winning side, replaced Frankie Dettori as team captain in 2004. Spin bowler Phil “Tuffers” Tufnell – who picked up 1,057 wickets across a long cricketing career – took over from Ally McCoist in 2008.
“I cannot believe 2021 marks 24 years since I first joined A Question Of Sport and I cannot think of a better way to bring the curtain down on my time on the show than with a live tour,” said Barker. “The live shows are always hilarious, the interaction with the guests and the audience so special, we cannot wait for this.”.
See below for details of today’s two Question of Sport Live London shows.
Matinee show starts at 2.30pm.
Evening show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets available via the ‘Get Tickets‘ link.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Question of Sport Live London takes place at the Eventim Appollo on Queen Caroline Street, W6, directly opposite the Broadway Shopping Centre. Public transport is recommended with Hammersmith tube and bus stations within easy reach. Full venue info here.