Monday 27th December 2010 KO 4.30pm
London's premier rugby team the Harlequins will take on arch rivals, London Irish at Twickenham on Monday 27th December 2010 at the Big Game 3.
The match doesn't need any explanation, but there's just so much more going on apart from the might of the Quins locking horns with Aviva Premiership contenders, London Irish at England's iconic home of rugby...Twickenham.
As we know from the Big Game & Big Game 2, from the Olympic Gold medallists in 2008 to the eagle landing in 2009, no doubt Mark Evans and his team have come up with an even more ingenious method of delivering the match ball for the start of the festivities. But that's not all...
For your entertainment, Quins have lined up for your entertainment from 3.30pm...
THE RAT PACK
PDG from Pineapple Dance Studios [as seen on Sky TV] do "GLEE"
JAMIE ARCHER from X Factor 2009
REBECCA FERGUSON - X FACTOR RUNNER UP 2010
X FACTOR WINNER 2010
So whether you're a rugby fan or an X Factor addict, make sure you book your tickets for this year's Harlequins extravaganza!
Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster. Prices are £10 for adults & £5 for juniors (U-16), with special family tickets available.
In person at:
Twickenham Stoop Stadium, Langhorn Drive, Twickenham TW2 7SX
Over the phone by calling the Ticketmaster hotline on:
0844 847 2492
Online via the Ticketmaster website:
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE GATE
Buy a match ticket for the game and you will have a chance to win £50,000 for just sitting in your seat, ‘The Golden Seat’!!
Once you have your tickets, all you need to do is register your seats at the Quins Big Game 3 website!
Click on image for details...
STARS SUPPORTING HELP A LONDON CHILD & BIG GAME 3
ABOUT THE CHARITY
Help A London Child provides financial support to grass-root projects working with London’s less advantaged children and young people.
Help A London Child was launched in 1975 by our founder Lord Attenborough, as 95.8 Capital FM's charity. Over the last thirty four years the charity has raised in excess of £21,000,000 and awarded that amount to over 12,000 small groups and charities.
“LESS ADVANTAGED KIDS DON'T HAVE LESS IMAGINATION, JUST LESS OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS IT.”
Lord Attenborough CBE, Life Patron
WHAT THEY DO
95.8 Capital FM's Help a London Child is a grant giving charity, which means twice a year the charity provides practical and lasting support to thousands of youngsters aged 18 and under. Help a London Child grants aim to directly assist and give opportunities to the Capital's children and young people who:
- Experience poverty and disadvantage
- Have/are experiencing abuse, neglect, homelessness, violence or crime
- Have an illness or disability
Help a London Child is an appeal run by Global Charities. Registered charity number 1091657, and a member of the IoF. To find out more about their work, click on the logo.