All Out Cricket LIVE is a day-long exhibition of cricket, perfect for all the family and offering something for everyone. This year we’re bigger than ever, with events at Lord’s on February 19 and Edgbaston on March 11. Here’s what you’ll find if you come along.
Whether you’re a gnarled old veteran looking to keep those creaking limbs going, a new fan of the game who’s desperate for some top-quality coaching, a kit badger intent on finding a new blade or a long-term spectator keen on all things cricket, All Out Cricket LIVE is the event for you.
Our day-long exhibition of cricket is staged at the UK’s most iconic stadia and offers you the chance to meet stars of the game past and present, watch masterclasses at close quarters, try out the latest kit, talk to the game’s leading suppliers, take advantage of a host of special offers and enjoy a range of activities and games. Best of all it’s FREE to attend!
At Lord’s this year we’ll have the Champions Trophy, the County Championship trophy and the Women’s World Cup trophy – all ready for you to pose with – and we’ll have Surrey and England off-spinner Gareth Batty running a detailed masterclass on how best to bowl your twirlers.
As well as that we’ll be joined by Andrew Miller, Alison Mitchell and Vithushan Ehantharajah as three of the country’s foremost cricket journalists hold court in ‘Cricket Writers on Stage’.
If that’s not enough for you we’re also giving you the chance to take a tour around Lord’s, the home of cricket. Space on these special tours is limited and we’re lucky enough to be able to offer you a place for just £5 (accompanying kids go free).
For anyone involved in club cricket, there’ll be expert advice from a range of businesses and organisations servicing the recreational game and the opportunity to take advantage of a free cricket club insurance ‘health check’.
The inaugural event, at Lord’s in February 2016, was attended by almost 1,000 cricket enthusiasts and more than 40 exhibitors, and with two events this time round we are set to welcome more than 1,500 visitors to two of world’s most prestigious grounds.
So, if cricket is your thing All Out Cricket LIVE 2017 is not to be missed!