On Wednesday 10th November 2021 the Wyllyotts Theatre in Potters Bar will stage an evening with Arsenal football legend Liam Brady hosted by fans favourite Perry Groves.
Whenever any pundit or supporter is asked to name the greatest Irish footballers in history, it seldom takes too long for them to mention Liam Brady’s name.
Born in Dublin on 13 February 1956, the precociously talented attacking midfielder excelled for the leading St Kevin’s Boys club as a schoolboy before joining Arsenal at the age of 15 in 1971 – the same year the Gunners won the Double.Just two years later, aged 17 years and seven months, Brady made his first-team debut for the north London giants, in a 1-0 First Division win over Birmingham City, and a long and outstanding career was off and running.
A left-footed playmaker with outstanding technical ability and vision, Brady spent nine years at Highbury, winning Arsenal’s Player of the Year award three times, lifting the FA Cup in 1979 and signing off with an appearance in the 1980 European Cup Winners’ Cup final.
During the evening Liam and Perry will talk candidly about their successful playing careers and their opinions on the game in general. There will also be a raffle with some great prizes up for grabs on the night plus the chance to ask these Arsenal legends questions and to purchase some fantastic football memorabilia.
The Wyllyotts Theatre will be open from 6:30pm with the main event starting at 8pm. Standard tickets are great value for money starting at just £13.50 and there is also an exclusive *VIP package available for £49 which includes a front row seat, meeting the stars prior to the show, receiving a special signed memento of the evening and photo opportunity.
With only a limited number of tickets available and to avoid disappointment it’s important to book now for what promises to be a fantastic night of entertainment for all football fans.
*Please note that the VIP session starts at 6:45pm and lasts for approximately 1 hour prior to the main show which will commence at 8pm.