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BFBS and Tickets for Troops invite you to quiz Laurence Dallaglio

Next week former England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio will be in the spotlight in a free online Q&A session hosted by BFBS in partnership with the Tickets For Troops charity on the BFBS Radio Facebook page.

With live events still a long way off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tickets For Troops and BFBS want to ensure that the UK military and their families continue to feel entertained and supported.

About the Facebook event, Lawrence said:

“I am very excited to be taking part in the live chat for the British forces. Being a team player is at the heart of rugby and it’s a quality I really admire in the forces because for them working as a team is vital, even life saving.  I’m looking forward to answering their questions, talking about the 6 Nations and having some laughs too!” 

So, for one hour from 6pm UK time on Tuesday 2 March the rugby legend will be answering questions live from the lucky participants who will join him at the Facebook event: ‘Quiz Lawrence Dallaglio.

Lawrence will be joined by BFBS broadcaster, Cath Brazier, who will host the event and take questions live from the online audience.

Angie Avlianos, Event Manager, BFBS Live Events said:

“Lawrence is such a legend, I know our sports fans are going to have some searching questions for him! It’s great that such high-profile guests can show their support to the forces in this way.”

Simply tune in to the BFBS Radio Facebook page at 6pm on 2 March to watch the interview and ask questions: https://www.facebook.com/BFBSRadio

And check out https://www.ticketsfortroops.org.uk/ to find out more about other events for the military community coming up soon.

 

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