TO celebrate the 2014 Ashes clashes, and while England face India at the Ageas Bowl, it has been announced that Britain’s most popular cricket commentators Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew (Aggers) will take to The Mayflower Theatre stage on Monday, 22 September.

Having played to packed houses in London, Nottingham, Manchester and Newcastle, the original odd couple amazed and enthralled both devotees of the game and non-cricket lovers alike with their hilarious stories and quick-fire wit.

Special celebrity guests – Stephen Fry, Jeff Thomson, Nick Hancock and Rory Bremner – added to the entertainment, but it was the Boycott and Agnew exchanges that audiences found spell-binding.

Fresh from their commentaries duties England’s disastrous tour Down Under, Boycott and Aggers returned for four more shows in January, which were even more successful than their summer outings.

Guests Andy Parsons, Arthur Smith and Andy Zaltzman again provided quick-fire comedy and now, due to popular demand, the boys are back for another short and exclusive run.

The pair debate hot topics as England rebuild their team, management and shattered confidence and Boycs will give his nononsense views on cricket and life in general.

The audience can tweet Aggers live with their own questions and the shows will, as ever, be fun, fiery and full of surprises.

The events are being run in association with the Professional Cricketers Association and money raised will go to the organisation’s benevolent fund.

Tickets for an Evening with Boycott and Aggers are on sale from the box office on 023 8071 1811 or at