The Boys Are GEARing Up for Another Tour; TOP GEAR LIVE TICKETS ON SALE NOW

The Mirror (London, England), September 25, 2009 | Go to article overview

The Boys Are GEARing Up for Another Tour; TOP GEAR LIVE TICKETS ON SALE NOW


Byline: Darren Liggett

THE boys are back in town - well, Dublin to be precise - and Brown Thomas is delighted to be the headline sponsor of Top Gear Live.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and The Stig are returning to Dublin for Top Gear Live 2009 at the RDS from Thursday, December 3 to Sunday 6.

Tickets for this all-new show went on release on Monday at www.ticketmaster.ie.

To celebrate, 1,000 limited edition tickets went on sale in the Dublin Brown Thomas store last Saturday.

Those who bought tickets to last year's sell-out show can expect a spectacular new theatre show this year.

Nail-biting stunts, super-charged thrills, exhilarating sequences bursting with Top Gear's trademark smashes, crashes and customised cars, all fuelled with its irreverent humour will be the order of the day.

Add to that a fantastic Motor Arena featuring the world's most stylish, rare and expensive cars, as well as the latest gadgets, luxury goods, car accessories and motoring technology and you've got everything a car lover could dream of and more.

New to Top Gear Live this year, are exciting Interactive Zones where visitors can check out the 4x4 experience and try driving in a reasonably priced kart!

Speaking about last year, Jeremy Clarkson said: "I loved every minute of the Top Gear Live world tour and am looking forward to returning to the Dublin RDS with our spectacular new show. …

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