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London Welsh fixture jam-packed with activities!

London Wasps host London Welsh at Adams Park on Sunday 28 October in a crunch Aviva Premiership game, but the action is not all on the pitch!

On the back of three wins from three games at Adams Park this season Wasps will look to continue their home form when they face the Premiership new-comers. London Welsh, having already taken the scalps of Exeter Chiefs and Sale Sharks, will be after their third win of the 2012/13 campaign.

As well as the magnitude of the action on the pitch, there are also a whole host of activities off of it. From Halloween themed activities in the marquee, to Olympic Gold Medalists on the pitch at half time, and a whole host of music from our DJ, and Katie Birtill.

The team need your support, and with so much action both on and off the field it is the perfect opportunity to bring your friends, family or both!

Tickets for the game start from as little as £15 and can be purchased from the Online Ticket Office or by calling the Ticket Office Hotline on 0844 225 2990.

Olympic Gold medallists Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins will be at the game

Olympic Gold medallists Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins will be at the game

Olympic Medallists


We are delighted to welcome Olympic Gold medallists Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins to Adams Park for the London Welsh game.

The duo, who brought joy to the nation earlier this year with their superb Gold medal effort in the women’s double sculls, are both huge rugby fans and will be our special guests at the Aviva Premiership fixture.

They will both be out on the pitch at half time where they will answer a few questions in front of the Adams Park crowd.

For more information about the pair and to read what they had to say about the gameclick here.

Get in the Halloween mood!

With Halloween on October 31st we thought that we would take the opportunity to get in the spirit at our fixture on Sunday 28th.

We are encouraging all supporters to get into the Halloween spirit with a host of Halloween themed activities around the stadium and in the marquee.

Scary Face in the Crowd
At half time the Scary Face in the Crowd winner , who will be chosen by our team of spotters who will be around the stadium all day, will be handed their prize.

Kukri dance troupe
We are pleased to have the Kukri dance troop joining us for the game where they will performing a halloween themed routine both before the game in the entertainment village and at half time out on the pitch.

Halloween for Stingers!
As always Adams Park will cater for the whole family and the Halloween activities will be no different. There will be a host of Halloween themed fun in the Stingers' Den before the game including face-painters, make your own masks and much more!

Katie Birtill will be performing before and after the game

Katie Birtill will be performing before and after the game

Katie Birtill

Swing singer, Katie Birtill, who entertained the crowd before and after the Worcester Warriors fixture, will be making her return to Adams Park for the London Welsh game, where she will be singing a selection of songs, ranging from modern numbers to swing classics, before and after the game in the entertainment village.

Katie, who stared as the lead role of Sue in the west end hit ‘Dreamboats and Petticoats’ in last year’s UK tour, was a big hit with the crowd when she last performed at Adams Park and will return to entertain the supporters on October 28th.

Follow Katie Birtill on twitter - @KatieBirtill

There will be a presentation to Tim Payne following his 250th appearance in black and gold

There will be a presentation to Tim Payne following his 250th appearance in black and gold

DJs

As always our DJs will be on hand in the entertainment village and in the Stadium, playing you a wide range of songs to get you in the mood for the game ahead.

Player presentations

There will also be a presentation to Nic Berry following his retirement

There will also be a presentation to Nic Berry following his retirement

Tim Payne
After making his 250th appearance for the club against Northampton Saints at Franklins Gardens we are pleased to be able to present the prop, who is in his 10th season at London Wasps and has won an array of domestic and European titles with the Club, with a token of the landmark after the fixture against London Welsh at Adams Park.


Nic Berry
After the game there will be a special presentation made to Nic Berry who, following a number of concussions, was forced to retire from the game of rugby.

We ask supporters to please stick around after the final whistle to help wish Nic all the best for the future.

Following the recent announcement of Richard Birkett’s retirement we would also like to add that there will be a presentation for him at the fixture against Leicester Tigers on Sunday 25 November.


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