Quilter Internationals

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OFFICIAL RUGBY HOSPITALITY AT THE QUILTER INTERNATIONALS

November 2018 will see the opening of the brand new East Stand Development in time for the eagerly anticipated Quilter Internationals. The Home of England Rugby will welcome the world's best to do battle on the hallowed turf of Twickenham Stadium. With the best line-up for decades, the autumn internationals will deliver four exciting matches against South Africa, New Zealand, Japan and Australia matches.

 

Introducing the East Stand Hospitality

 

It’s going to be big and it’s going to be memorable, so make sure you book your official hospitality packages with VIP tickets. All hospitality will be taken within the stadium for the first time delivery a superior match day experience and among the best seats in the house.

Twickenham is evolving the hospitality experience.

 

Tom Kerridge talks about The Lock

Two Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge will be donning the chef whites this November as he prepares to run the restaurant within The Lock; a brand new hospitality facility located in Twickenham's sparkling new East Stand development.

 

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