Don’t miss your chance to meet two stars of the darts world

See Phil “The Power” Taylor and Raymond van Barnevald at The Irish Village tonight

Don’t miss your chance to meet two stars of the darts world

Love darts? Make sure you get yourself down to The Irish Village tonight (Thursday January 10), for the chance to see two of the best players in the world.

Phil “The Power” Taylor will be heading to the popular pub in Garhoud for a special dinner at Q&A session. And it’s just been revealed that top Dutch darts player Raymond van Barnevald will be joining the British hero.

Raymond van Barnevald is one of the top players in the world, and one of the most successful players in history. He’s a five-time World Darts Champion, two-time UK Open Champion as well as twice-winner of the World Masters and World Darts Trophy as well as being the holder of a heap more titles.

And you can ask them all your burning darts questions tonight.

Fans of the sport can look forward to the Q&A session as well as a full dinner and six pints of hops, all for Dhs199.

If you don’t fancy dining you can pay for a drink to secure your entrance.

Big fan of The Irish Village? Don’t forget to book in for the pub’s Biggest, Baddest brunch on Friday January 25, which will star cuisines from 25 countries.

What are you waiting for?
Dhs199. Thu Jan 10, 2019, 7pm-11pm. The Irish Village, Garhoud, www.theirishvillage.com/events (04 282 4750).

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