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Friday 20th September 7.30pm

Tickets £25

Football legend Tony Adams is coming to the LAC on Friday 20th September!


Tony will be in conversation with LAC Artistic Director Amy Phillips, speaking about football, Strictly and addiction.


Tony was the most successful Arsenal captain of all time during his 22-year playing career at the club, and captained England through the Euro 96 campaign to reach the semi-finals. He is one of the most decorated footballers in UK history and the only player to have captained a title-winning team in three different decades.


Tony had a brilliant season on Strictly Come Dancing in 2022 with Katya Jones, making his entrance in week one on an Arsenal golden cannon suspended from the ceiling, and surviving for another 7 weeks, before sadly having to withdraw due to injury.


After leaving the football pitch Tony founded the Sporting Chance Clinic, as a result of his own experiences with alcoholism – a charity that provides treatment, counselling and education to former professional sportspeople experiencing difficulties with addiction. Tony went on to create SIX MHA to help people outside the sporting world find their way to sobriety, strong mental health and robust well-being.

Recommended age 14+

Your Visit

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Lantern Arts Centre, Tolverne Road, London, SW20 8RA

Food and Drink

Light refreshments will be available beforehand. Please note alcohol is not permitted on site at any time.


The Lantern Arts Centre is accessible by wheelchair-users and people with restricted mobility. Lifts are available for studios on the first floor, and there is two disabled toilets on the ground floor. When booking please add any requirements in the accessibility requirements section.


There are no cloakroom facilities for storing bags and coats at the Lantern Arts Centre.


Once you have booked your seat you will be emailed your e-ticket which will be scanned upon your arrival to the venue. If you are unsure about booking seats please call 0203 761 7070.

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