Legends of Rugby Dinner

The long-standing Legends of Rugby Dinner in aid of Nordoff Robbins, sees the world of music and rugby come together for a hugely entertaining, star-studded event. The 2022 honourees are two celebrated rugby icons: Rochelle “Rocky” Clark MBE and Jason Robinson OBE.

Event Details

The famous Legends of Rugby Dinner in aid of Nordoff Robbins will be back, live at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House on Wednesday 2nd February 2022. This date marks the 27th anniversary of this ever popular and renowned event which sees the world of music and rugby come together for a hugely entertaining night. The 2022 honourees are two celebrated rugby icons: Rochelle “Rocky” Clark MBE and Jason Robinson OBE.

Join over 50 Rugby internationals in a celebration of the careers of Rochelle “Rocky” Clark and Jason Robinson. The live acts are yet to be announced, but previous years have seen incredible performances from top artists including Texas, KT Tunstall, Madness, Stereophonics, Bananarama, Tony Hadley, Steps, Simply Red, Dua Lipa, Emile Sande, Keane and Craig David, to name a few.

The evening continues with the legendary and infamous Afterparty at the Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel with the players, a celebrity DJ and 3 floors of fun. This is a night not to be missed!

Rochelle “Rocky” Clark MBE

Since making her debut in 2003, Clark has gone on to win 8 Six Nations titles and played at 4 different World Cups.  In 2016 she achieved the distinction of the most capped England player, overtaking Jason Leonard going on to make a total of 137 appearances and scoring 25 tries along the way.  The highlight of her career came in 2014 when the Red Roses lifted the coveted Women’s Rugby World Cup Trophy. She was awarded an MBE in the 2015 New Year’s Honours List for Services to Rugby.  Rocky is now a Personal Trainer, rugby pundit, as well as Level 4 coach, Saracens forward coach and remains a real icon for her sport.

Jason Robinson OBE

Famous dual code international rugby league and rugby union player who played for Wigan Warriors, Great Britain and the Rest of the World before joining Bath and later Sale Sharks.  His international achievements for England started in 2001 when he made his debut and was also selected for the British & Irish Lions the same year. His esteemed career includes scoring a try in the final as England lifted the Rugby World Cup in 2003, being the first black player to captain England, and being coaxed out of international retirement to help England get to the World Cup Final in 2007. A rugby giant in every sense of the word.

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Date:

2 February 2022


Venue:

JW Marriott Grosvenor House


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Highlights from previous years