Join us for an unforgettable afternoon of live entertainment with some of the most iconic names in world rugby.
2003 World Cup winner Will Greenwood MBE will be accompanied by Nigel Owens MBE, the most decorated referee in the history of the game, World Cup winner Rochelle Clark MBE, the highest capped England international ever and George Kruis, three-time European Champion, England International and British & Irish Lion.
- Welcome drinks reception on arrival
- Three course lunch designed by Chez Roux
- All-inclusive bar including beer wine and soft drinks
- Live entertainment
- Leadership and resilience talks from professional athletes
- Photographers / videographers
- Private tables of 10 or 12
- Speakers tables available on request
What to expect
Nigel Owens MBE
The most-capped referee in the history of rugby, with one of the most respected voices in the game. Off the pitch, he is held in equally high standing for his role within the LGBTQ+ community, being open about his struggles with depression and his work with social charity ‘BulliesOut’. As our ambassador of Diversity & Mental Health, Nigel will work closely with us to create and host events which build education across these areas.
Will Greenwood MBE
Will had a remarkable professional career that spanned 11 years and 55 international caps. He has represented the British & Irish Lions on three separate tours and was an integral part of England’s 2003 Rugby World Cup winning side. Since his retirement, Will has established himself as a renowned analyst on Sky Sports and The Telegraph and has become one of the most intelligent and entertaining characters in the game.
Rochelle Clark MBE
Rocky is England’s most capped player to date, male or female, with 137 caps. She is a World Cup winner and has won an incredible 7 Six Nations titles. She was appointed MBE for services to Rugby in 2014 before retiring from international rugby in 2018 as the world’s most capped women’s international. Rocky is currently Forwards and Skills Coach at Saracens and also heads up the Diploma in Sporting Excellence programme at Oaklands College.
Kruis is a 3-time European Champion with 4 premiership titles, 45 international caps, a Grand Slam and 3 British and Irish Lions tests to his name. George’s success in Europe has recently been complimented by a highly successful year in Japan having recently won the Top League with the Panasonic Wild Knights. Kruis has co-founded his own nutrition company fourfive with former Saracens team mate Dominic Day after identifying a gap in the market for an athlete focused health and wellness brand.