One of the most instantly recognised faces on television, Dennis Taylor is one of snookers real entertainers; this March, he’s heading to Darwen Library Theatre for an evening of famous stories and untold tales.
Now 68, Dennis is known as the famous snooker player with the upside down glasses who beat Steve Davis to become World Snooker Champion in 1985.
But, Dennis has been a regular on the nations televisions over the last 30 years, appearing on shows such as They Think It’s All Over, A Question of Sport, The Weakest Link, Pointless, the third series of Strictly Come Dancing and the last series of the BBC’s The Real Marigold Hotel.
Voted the most popular event in BBC 2’s 55 years of broadcasting, the famous 85 Black Ball final kept over 18.5 million viewers glued to their TV screens till well after midnight to witness Dennis become World Snooker Champion by potting the final black ball to leave Steve Davis shell shocked live on national television.
VENUE: Darwen Library Theatre, Knott St, Darwen, Lancashire BB3 3BU
DATE: Thursday 14th March 2019
TICKET PRICES: Full Price Ticket from £16.50
VIP Ticket (includes drinks reception and professional photo) from £36.50
Tickets are available
By Phone: 01254 706006
In Person: From Darwen Library, Knott Street, Darwen or Darwen Leisure Centre, The Green, Darwen or King George’s Hall Box Office, Northgate, Blackburn.