Here's how to get tickets to the House of Rugby Live Six Nations Special 5 years ago

Here's how to get tickets to the House of Rugby Live Six Nations Special

Shane Williams, Simon Zebo, Mike Tindall, and Andrew Trimble and more are in town for Ireland’s biggest Six Nations preview event.


It's always a big deal when the Guinness Six Nations kicks off, but it's even more so in a World Cup year. Add to that the fact that the opening game involves a clash between Ireland and England, and it becomes even more appealing.

Not only do we want to get you in the mood for it, but we also want to do our bit for Anglo-Irish relations. This year, our Six Nations live show will bring together the stars of both the Irish and UK's House of Rugby shows (and many more besides).

Ahead of Ireland v England, JOE's House of Rugby will be hosting a live Six Nations Special on Tuesday, 29 January from the Aviva Stadium. Some of the names you can look forward to seeing on the night include Shane Williams, Simon Zebo, Mike Tindall, Maggie Alphonsi and Andrew Trimble.

House of Rugby Live Six Nations Special


Fans will preview the greatest annual rugby tournament on earth in the company of some the game's most interesting voices and players. It’s a night not to be missed, and tickets to the House of Rugby Live Six Nations Special are TOTALLY FREE, all you have to do to apply is fill in the form below.

There's also the small matter of two tickets to Ireland v England up for grabs for one lucky audience member...

Hosted by House of Rugby’s Alex Payne, the first panel of the evening will preview what promises to be an epic Guinness Six Nations Championship. Shane Williams, Mike Tindall and Andrew Trimble will be joined by Simon Zebo to preview the tournament, with a special focus on the seismic clash at the Aviva four days later.

The second panel will be in an in-depth preview of what is a mouthwatering Women’s Six Nations Championship.


Alex Payne will be joined by Irish stars Jenny Murphy and Fiona Coughlan and England legend Maggie Alphonsi. They'll discuss whether anyone can stop France from landing their fourth title in six years.

The final panel of the night will welcome Scotland’s Rory Lawson and Shane Williams alongside House of Rugby stalwarts Mike Tindall and Andrew Trimble. They will delve into their war stories to bring anecdotes and revelations from the great Six Nations clashes that they were lucky enough to play in.

Doors open at 7 pm, and there will be a free pint of Guinness for all in attendance, as well as the competition for two tickets to Ireland vs England.

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