Steve Davis came to dominate the green baize throughout the 1980s. He won his first world title in 1981 when he beat Doug Mountjoy 18-12 in the final and his sixth in 1989 with a record 18-3 thrashing of John Parrott. In 1985 he lost 18-17 on the final black at 12.20am to Dennis Taylor, watched by 18.5million BBC2 viewers. Father-of-two Steve is a keen poker player. He is also an accomplished chess player and a former president of the British Chess Federation.
Steve was a Professional from 1978-2016 and his nickname was 'The Nugget' as well as 'Interesting'. In this show he will talk about his life in sport, with funny inside stories alongside video clips of the greatest moments.
There is also the opportunity to purchase an add on ticket for a VIP reception at 6.30pm. Numbers are limited and tickets are only valid when purchased with a ticket for the 7.30pm show. It will incur a total cost of £36.00 per person.