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Capital Challenge on course to break records

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Capital Challenge on course to break records

 

London Skolars traditional January Capital Challenge event at Honourable Artillery Company’s grounds in the City of London is well on course to break records for ticket sales and attendees at the pre-match luncheon.

 

On the 24th January Skolars will host a Wigan Warriors XIII at the prestigious London venue and match ticket sales have already surpassed the previous highest figure for Capital Challenge matches against London Broncos.

 

Commenting on ticket sales London Skolars General Manager Howard Kramer had this to say: “Whilst we were disppointed by London Broncos not being able to take part in our annual Capital Challenge match in 2014 we were delighted that Wigan agreed to step in and bring a team down to play us. Ticket sales for the match have been steady since the game was announced but in the past week we have seen a real acceleration in sales and we are already some way ahead of our record pre-sales, which were achieved last year. Match tickets, priced at £15, can still be purchased from our online ticket office at www.skolarsrl.com”.

 

In addition to the match Skolars will once again host a pre-match luncheon in the Prince Consort Room at the HAC and guests will be treated to two legendary guest speakers in Jamie Peacock MBE and Martin Offiah MBE. Sales of lunch places have also been brisk, according to Kramer: “With Wigan in town with the Challenge Cup and Super League trophies on display and with two great guest speakers I am not surprised that last year’s record attendance at the Capital Challenge is well on course to be broken. Tables and places at the luncheon have been selling steadily and we have almost surpassed last year’s numbers with more sales expected in the next two weeks. I would urge anyone thinking of attending this great event to book now”.

 

Details of the Capital Challenge luncheon can be found on London Skolars website www.skolarsrl.com

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I have twice rung up for tickets for this, and been told I'd be called back, only never to hear from the club. Is this a closed shop, or is it worth my trying again?

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What is the max allowed attendance at the HAC. In theory you could get a lot of people in there due to the square footage

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I have twice rung up for tickets for this, and been told I'd be called back, only never to hear from the club. Is this a closed shop, or is it worth my trying again?

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May have been good fortune but I rang last Friday

morning and got straight through . Tickets arrived

Monday.

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I have twice rung up for tickets for this, and been told I'd be called back, only never to hear from the club. Is this a closed shop, or is it worth my trying again?

hi happy to chase up. pls pm me. seems odd. cheers

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hi happy to chase up. pls pm me. seems odd. cheers

Will do - might be a couple of days though. Will try and buy in line so as to be no trouble. Happy to know I'm not on a black list!

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Will do - might be a couple of days though. Will try and buy in line so as to be no trouble. Happy to know I'm not on a black list!

no probs let me know if you need help. website should work. have a good one

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