Wednesday, 20th February 2019 @ 08:00
Harlequins' own Adam Jones and Joe Marler will take part in a Q&A following the Bristol Bears match, and ahead of the screening of Wales v England.
Harlequins is putting on a big screen to show the Six Nations showdown between Wales and England on Saturday 23rd February after the Club’s match against Bristol Bears that afternoon (Kick-off: 14:00). Tickets available at tickets.quins.co.uk.
Harlequins' own Adam Jones and Joe Marler will take part in a Q&A at 16:30 in the South West Corner to preview the match kicking off at 16:45. With 159 Test matches between them, who better to hear from than two British and Irish Lions who have played in this epic encounter on plenty of occasions.
The clash between the two unbeaten sides in the Six Nations starts at 16:45, allowing Harlequins supporters enough time to make their way from the stands to the South West corner where our bars will be open and food will be available to enjoy another 80 minutes of action as Eddie Jones’s side do battle in Cardiff.
So far England have enjoyed emphatic victories over Ireland and France - with Harlequins’ Kyle Sinckler giving barn-storming performances in both matches - while Wales enjoyed an incredible comeback to win in France before their triumph in Italy last weekend. The stage is set at the Principality Stadium for a classic head-to-head.
Members will be able to enjoy the match in the Honours Bar. All seasonal box holders will be also be able to watch the match in their box. All lounge guests will be able to watch the match from the 1866 Lounge and a card bar will be available. The Debenture lounge will be open for all Debenture holders.
The Wales-England match will be a great way to round off your day at The Stoop on Saturday 23rd February after the men’s team have played Bristol Bears in their crucial Gallagher Premiership match.
Get your tickets for the match - where they are just £1 for juniors - by clicking here or by calling 020 8410 6010.
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