This is a special exhibition as it’s gathering money to support disability snooker.
The man behind this exhibition is Nigel Coton, a disabled player himself. He knows how difficult it can be for disabled players to fund their participation in WDBS events, as many are on benefits and quite lonely. Nigel himself is not in that situation but he wants to help those less privileged because for many of those players, WDBS snooker is very important: it’s a place where they feel welcome and valued, and for some it’s even their only “family”.
So, if you can, come and support this great event.
There is only one VIP non playing table for five persons left, but there is still plenty of seats available in the arena.
VIP tickets offer ringside seats, a Champagne buffet and the exclusive “meet and greet” reception before the main event from 16.30 to 18.30.
The Arena doors open at 18.30 and the main show starts at 19.00 sharp.
I will be there … with my camera. Beware!