House of Rugby is coming to Dublin, and you can come join us
The boys, gals and penguins are back in town.
Baz & Andrew's House of Rugby Live is coming to Café En Seine on Wednesday, February 19 and we want you to be there. Especially all you lovely penguins.
Ahead of Ireland's 2020 Guinness Six Nations clash with England, Barry Murphy and Andrew Trimble are bringing their House of Rugby to the lush Dawson Street venue in Dublin's city centre.
Joining Baz and Andrew at Café En Seine will be Jerry Flannery, Leinster and Wallabies star Scott Fardy, former Ireland Women's captain Fiona Coughlan and 'Producer Pat'.
Ireland began their campaign by overcoming a doughty, determined Scottish side before beating Wales with a big more swagger and certainty. There is now a Triple Crown to be won if Andy Farrell's side can get one over the auld enemy.
Before Ireland's crucial weekend of matches against England, in the men's, women's and U20 championships, Baz & Andrew's House of Rugby Live will be looking ahead to it all. They also have some free tickets for a Guinness Six Nations match later in the championship.
Tickets to the 18s and over event are free but limited so apply early to avoid any disappointment.
Doors open at 7pm with the show kicking off at 8pm and there will be one free pint of Guinness for all those in attendance. We will also have the extremely cool and tech-savvy 'The Guinness Stoutie Machine' on hand so you can get a personalised pint on the night.
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