An Audience with Martin Offiah

Join us for an An Audience with Martin Offiah, hosted by BBC and BT Sport Rugby League commentator Dave Woods.

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    31 Mar

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    Red Brick

    Square Chapel
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    Doors open

Martin Offiah is the greatest try-scoring English rugby player ever, period. In a fourteen-year career he scored 470 tries at a rate of more than one a game.

He signed for Widnes from rugby union in the 1987-88 season and made a stunning impact. In his debut season he scored 44 tries, Widnes were crowned champions and Martin won the Man of Steel award. But his thirst for tries was undiminished. The next season he joined the ranks of the immortal wingers when he scored an amazing 60 tries.

In 1992 he transferred to Wigan for a world record £440,000, where he continued his unquenchable desire for tries. In just four years at Central Park, he scored 186 tries in just 159 games, including perhaps the greatest Wembley try in the 1994 Challenge Cup Final.

His blistering speed and unique spacial awareness at times made him virtually unstoppable, most notably against Leeds in May 1992 when he scored ten tries in a single game. He made 33 appearances for Great Britain and five for England. Perhaps inevitably, he also set the record for most tries in a GB match, set when he scored five against France in 1991.

Martin Offiah was not only one of rugby greatest try-scorers, but a player whose ability to thrill and excite crowds also made him one of the greatest entertainers in any sport.

Stage Times

Doors – 7pm
1st Set – 7:30-8:15pm
2nd set – 8:30-9:15pm

  • You can access this space from our main entrance at the front of the building, the doors to this space are on the same level.
  • This is a seated and standing space, depending on the performance.
  • There are two access seats in our Red Brick space.
  • For standing events, you can request an access seat at the point of booking.
  • To access the toilets you need to use the lift from the foyer to the ground floor where you will find our access toilet, baby changing facility and a Changing Places facility.
  • We have two parking spaces at the front of our building (just outside the Southgate entrance of The Piece Hall) and two spaces down the side of our building just off Square Road. These spaces are available for Square Chapel customers and you must book spaces in advance of your visit, and display a blue badge.
  • Booking the access parking spaces means you will enter the building from our stage door area and will need to use the lift to take you to the foyer, kitchen, bar and Red Brick space.
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Red Brick
  • Performance Time: 7:30pm

  • Age Suitability & Warning: Not suitable for children

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