Tuffers was the bad boy of English cricket in the 1990s, but the best spinner - left-arm or otherwise - as well. Known as The Cat because of his love of dressing-room naps and, rarely seen without a beer and a fag, Tufnell has always been something of a folk hero. Since retiring, he has carved out a successful TV career, appearing in I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, The Jump, Strictly Come Dancing, and he is Matt Dawson’s opposing team captain in BBC’s long-running series A Question of Sport.
This is a fascinating, entertaining, no-holds-barred evening and you can tweet Aggers with your own questions.
The event is being run in aid of the Professional Cricketers’ Association and we raise money from the evening which goes to the organisation’s Benevolent Fund.
Not originally intended to be a theatre, the buildings that comprise the Grand Opera House York officially opened in 1902 with Little Red Riding Hood starring Florrie Ford. Since then it has been owned by FJ Butterworth, the Shepherd of Shambles and the India Pru Co. Ltd who spent £4,000,000 restoring the theatre to its former glory in 1987.