Twickenham Stadium most commonly known as “the home of English Rugby” is rapidly becoming a popular destination to enjoy a wide variety of events.
Not only does it offer event organisers 34 creative event spaces in which to hold inspired business and social events of all types, the stadium now hosts its own ticketed events in collaboration with well known partners.
Evenings with celebrity chefs such as 2 Michelin star chef Tom Kerridge, live music in collaboration with the world famous Ronnie Scott’s and dinners with the biggest names in rugby including Eddie Jones and the full England Squad, are to name but a few in Twickenham’s line-up.
November 2018 saw the launch of Twickenham Stadium’s newly redeveloped East Stand, offering six new restaurant concepts over 6,700sqm and six levels.
The East Stand’s contemporary offering provides clients with a plethora of options. Among the versatile spaces is The Gate, a chophouse-style restaurant, the British Airways Rose Garden, a lively roof terrace with street-food influenced catering and The East Wing, a more formal members club inspired restaurant.
Twickenham are offering one lucky PA Life reader the opportunity to experience the new East Stand and win a pair of tickets to their upcoming evening: Ronnie Scott’s presents Viva Cuba on Saturday 25 January 2020.
The evening will begin with a pre-show dinner in The Gate followed by an intimate evening of music and dancing in The Live Room. Featuring Live Cuban music from Yelfris Valdes and Eliane Correa, plus some late-night entertainment from Ronnie Scotts DJ’s.
Twickenham Stadium is ideally located just 20 minutes from Central London and six miles from London Heathrow Airport, with excellent road links and over 2,000 free car-parking spaces on site. The stadium also benefits from an onsite 4* Marriott Hotel and Virgin Active Club.
The prize will include a pair of tickets for a two-course dinner in The Gate restaurant, a welcome cocktail and entry into the live show ‘Ronnie Scott’s presents Viva Cuba’ at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 25 January 2020. The prize is non-transferable; no cash equivalents may be claimed. All entrants should be over 18 years of age and resident in the UK or Northern Ireland. The closing date for entries is Tuesday 31 December 2019. The winner will be contacted by email on Thursday 2 January 2020.
For full terms and conditions on the competition please visit https://www.englandrugby.com/about-rfu/rfu-policies/competition-terms-and-conditions