CELEBRATE St George's Day at The Hawthorns by joining us for our player forum on Wednesday, April 23.
Proceedings get underway at 7.15pm and you can enjoy a Q&A session with Albion’s English quartet of Ben Foster, Billy Jones, Liam Ridgewell and Craig Dawson, as well as comedy from stand-up comedian Bob Mills*.
Tickets for this event, include a buffet, and are priced at £20 per person, including VAT.
For a limited time only, those who book online will also receive a voucher for a free pint of Carlsberg.
To book online now, click here
, or call our Events Team on 0871 271 9820.
*Bob Mills burst on to the London comedy scene in 1985 with his unique, challenging brand of laddish irreverent stand-up.
Over the next ten years he established himself as one of the most successful live acts in the country, as well as putting together a string of acclaimed TV and radio credits.
His performances as host of ITV's flagship daytime game show 'Win Lose Or Draw', treading the fine line between pensioners favourite, and students cult hero, and his weird and wonderful late night 'In Bed With Me Dinner', are still remembered fondly.
He also hosted, 'There's Only One Brian Moore', and 'Dial Midnight' for LWT, 'Not A Lot Of People Know That' for BBC1, as well as over 200 shows for VH1, including major documentary/interviews with Eric Clapton, Phil Collins and Cher. He recently appeared on The Weakest Link Comedian's Special.
In 1995 he starred in what he regards as his finest work, to date, Channel 4's 'The Show'. These eight one-hour programmes featuring fly-on-the-wall film of the making of a real chat show, are widely regarded as the template for much of the reality TV that continues to dominate the schedules today.
On radio Bob has presented his own shows on BBC London and he still regularly covers for Danny Baker. He's also a popular guest on 'Fighting Talk' (BBC Radio 5) & Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4).
Since 1996 Bob has combined his TV, radio & live performances, with his role as writer and producer. He was responsible for two series of ITV's award winning, critically acclaimed 'Bob Martin'. On his debut as a film producer he helped Julie Walters to a Best Actress BAFTA in 'My Beautiful Son', also receiving his own coveted nomination from the Academy.
Bob co-wrote and produced 'Stan The Man' which starred John Thomson & Gaynor Faye, the six-part comedy-drama 'Northern Lights' which starred Mark Benton & Robson Green, as well as an episode of Shameless and the feature length film 'Pierrepoint' that starred Timothy Spall & Juliet Stevenson and premiered in 2006.