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The Good, The Bad And The Rugby At Sheffield City Hall Friday 29 April 2022

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Grand Slam winning England star Dylan Hartley is coming off the subs’ bench to join world’s most popular rugby podcast The Good, The Bad And The Rugby as it heads out on tour.

Joining the podcast’s regular hosts England heroes James Haskell and Mike Tindall, Dylan Hartley will be on the panel for The Good, The Bad And The Rugby – LIVE when it kicks off at Sheffield City Hall on Friday, April 29.

The LIVE tour will be the first ever outing for the hit podcast which, since launching in summer 2020, has grown to become the UK’s top sporting podcast, with more than 3million listeners and 20million-plus viewers online.

Joining James and Yorkshire-born Mike will be their podcast co-host former Sky Sports’ rugby presenter Alex Payne. The trio will take to the stage to recreate the trademark banter they have on air, as The Good (Alex), The Bad (James) And The Rugby (Mike), share tales from on and off the pitch for what promises to be a night filled with surprises and laughter.

Announcing the tour, Mike said“Since launching The Good, The Bad And The Rugby podcast, we’ve all become even closer, through the stories we’ve shared ourselves and the stories our guests have shared. Now we can’t wait to get on the road, with more tales from our rugby lives, and to meet our listeners–and maybe hear a few stories from them.”

Episodes of the podcast have featured glimpses into each of the men’s lives – earlier this year, Mike announced his son’s dramatic birth on the bathroom floor, alongside guest appearances from some of the rugby world’s biggest stars. James added: “We have so much fun creating each episode of The Good, The Bad And The Rugby, getting stuck into a whole range of topics for 90minutes. Mike and I have enjoyed touring life with England–and now we’ve got our own tour...It’s going to be great!” 

And Alex said: “It’s a pleasure to bring James and Mike to the table each week, when we sit and put the world to rights – and what better way to celebrate that, than by taking it out on



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I'm boycotting Sheffield City Hall forever. If they put the event on anywhere else I would consider going.

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