IRELAND legend Packie Bonner will visit The London Irish Centre on Camden Square for a Q&A session on November 6.
The former Celtic goalkeeper will be on hand to answer questions, pose for pictures and sign copies of his new autobiography, The Last Line, which was released on October 1.
Tickets for the event are available from between just £6 and £8 and can be purchased through The London Irish Centre's official website here.
As Jock Stein's last signing for Celtic, Bonner left his native Donegal for the city of Glasgow in 1978, and transformed from being a shy, homesick teenager into a confident, world-class talent, and first-choice goalkeeper, for both Ireland and Celtic.
More than just the telling of trophies, titles and triumphs, The Last Line, is the story of a Celtic superstar, and a true great of Irish International football. You can read our favourable review of the book here.
In this exclusive, one-off London public appearance, Bonner will share the highs and lows from this incredibly colourful sporting journey with his ghost writer, Gerry McDade.
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