19 February 2020

Come and talk to Joe in London

I will be hosting one of my Audiences in London on Friday, March 6. The event is open to all fans and will run from 7pm-11.00 pm. Food will be served mid-way through the evening, while drinks will be available at normal bar rates.

The aim of the evening is to give F1 fans the opportunity to ask questions about Formula 1 and I hope that I will have the answer. It's a great opportunity for me to tell stories and give fans the chance to see beneath the skin of the sport. The event will take place at The Hollywood Arms, which can be found at 45 Hollywood Road in Chelsea. SW10 9HX.

I passionately believe that the sport does not give enough back to the fans and so I strive to do so in a convivial atmosphere. In order to ensure that everyone gets the chance to ask as many questions as they want to ask, the audience numbers are limited, so book now if you want to be sure of a spot. It's a bargain at £42.00 per head. Unfortunately, if you want to come, you need to book in advance as there are no walk-in tickets possible.

To sign up, click here

This is what the fans have said in the past:

“Just got back from An Audience with Joe Saward evening – which was absolutely excellent. Joe was on sparkling form and massively entertaining – and at nearly three hours of talking, you certainly got your money’s worth!”

“Joe was every bit as forthright and honest in the flesh as is he is on his blog – if not more so – and his answers to the audience’s questions were always funny, insightful, and on many occasions highly revealing.  Whatever Joe was asked, he had an entertaining view and more to the point a lot of insider evidence to support it."

“I had a great time last night at the “Audience with Joe”. Thanks for making the effort and spending so much time chatting to us all. For anyone local to future “Joe” events, I encourage you to get along and join us in the fun!"

To sign up, click here

The venue is a short 5-minute walk from Earls Court tube station, or an 8-minute walk from both Gloucester Road and South Kensington.


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