Wednesday 14th February 2024. Bookings now being taken.Book a table
Each year currently costs over £37,000 to attend professional snooker academy and play in semi-professional tournaments around the UK and Europe for these two brothers, which has to come out of their parents’ earned income – very expensive,…
However, both boys are national age-group champions and represent England at international tournaments – so have a great chance of turning pro.
But their parents are struggling to cover these costs.
Any help will be gratefully received.
Hollywood actor and star of ‘Life’s too Short’ visits Warwick Spice and meets the team including manager Hosoun and Sitar player, Nash. Check out the photos below!
An evening with the UK Snooker Star – hosted by Rueben Lynch
The evening includes Bhangra music. Booking is essential as places are limited. Book online here or call 01926 491 736/01926 400402.
“Pot as many balls as you can!”
Former UK Snooker Champion, star of popular programme ‘Big Break’ and well-loved TV presenter John Virgo joined us for a fun packed charity evening last week.
The star managed the evening with professional ease and ran the popular raffle draw at the end of the night.
Thanks to everyone who supported the night.
In aid of Warwick Hospital, Childrens’ Ward.
Following the success of our evening with Steve Davis last year, we turned to another champion of the green baize for another fund raiser.
The evening started with a 3-course meal for all our guests and then was followed by a talk from Dennis. His hilarity, sharp wit and humble warming presence helped raise over £1,200 in aid of Warwick Hospital Children’s Ward
Watch out for more snooker stars visiting us soon…
In aid of Myton Hospice.
An interesting evening… six times World Snooker Champion Steve Davis OBE spent an evening telling tales of the green baize, pressure potting, and life on the snooker tour…
Reminiscences from The Nugget, tall tales from the green baize, handling pressure when going for the first-ever televised 147 break, plus a keen sense of humour… all was revealed when Steve Davis spent an evening at Warwick Spice on behalf of charity.
In a hugely successful fundraising effort, over £1,200 was raised to go to Myton Hospice.
The evenings entertainment from Steve Davis was accompanied by musical accompaniment from Nash our sitar player.
Thank you for all who attended and made the event a huge success, giving Myton Hospice a much deserved Christmas present.
Elvis returned to Warwick Spice last Tuesday and baby, baby, what a night!
The UK’s number 1 Elvis impersonator, AKA Gordon Hendricks, blew away the bustling restaurant with his impressive repertoire of Elvis classics, cheeky banter and crowd involvement.
Another Elvis night is planned in the next few months so watch this space for more news as tickets go very fast!