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Thu 29 May 2008, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Rotorua Civic Theatre, c/- Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre,1170 Fenton St, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $59.50
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Layton Lillas

An Audience with Keith Quinn, Peter Montgomery MBE and Graham Lowe

Three familiar names, three familiar voices, and for the first time ever these three amazing New Zealanders will be on stage together recounting stories from their incredible careers, providing personal insights from their experiences, answering your questions in a ‘Keith style Q+A’ and not for the first time they’ll all be ‘Talking Sport’.

MC for the evening Keith Quinn, is perhaps best known as being the voice of rugby for 35 or more years. His voice accompanied some of the mighty All Blacks’ greatest glories and disappointing World Cup exits.

Joining Keith is Peter Montgomery, a rare breed in that he is a broadcaster who is better known than most of the sportsmen and women whose deeds he describes. As the voice of New Zealand yachting for over 30 years, Peter Montgomery has covered all the major events including 9 America’s Cup’s, 7 Olympic Games, and all 9 Round the world races.

Completing the ‘Talking Sport’ trio is Graham Lowe who has forged a reputation that transcends his position as a football coach and rugby league icon. From a sport which places a premium on macho image and physical rather than emotional prowess, Graham has moved beyond traditional masculine boundaries to appeal to a broad cross-section of New Zealand society, well outside the game of rugby league.

For Keith, Peter and Graham they’ve been there in the flesh and recounted the experience via their commentary back to millions of televisions in New Zealand. Now is your chance to see and hear them in the flesh in this very unique live event.

‘Talking Sport’: An audience with Keith Quinn, Peter Montgomery and Graham Lowe is on tour throughout New Zealand now.

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