Sporting legend Ronnie O’Sullivan is coming to East Lancashire tonight to talk about his amazing life story.

Ronnie will be at the Colne Muni Theatre this evening (23 September) and ticket holders will get the chance to take a picture with him and his world championship trophy.

‘The Rocket’ is widely regarded as one the best snooker players in the history and is a six -time world champion.

A spokesperson said: “This is Ronnie O’Sullivan as relaxed and open as you will ever see him. The real Ronnie.
“From the early days of century breaks at the age of 10, through to the record 20 major wins, the 147s and the magical 1000 centuries at this event we hear about it ALL.”

Following the in depth interview of his life story on and off the table, in his own words, there will be an audience Q and A where you will have to chance to ask The Rocket a question.

Audience members will also see footage of some of the most magical moments ever witnessed on the green baize, including his major wins.

What time is the event and how can I get tickets?

Doors open at 6pm with the actual event kicking off at 7pm for photo ticket holders and 7:30 for those just wanting to hear Ronnie’s story.

The event is expected to finish at 10:30.

Tickets are £25 per person and can be purchased online.

The event will be taking place at The Muni Theatre, Albert Rd, Colne.

You do not have to take a PCR test in order to attend and it is optional to wear a face mask.

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