Bully is hitting the road and travelling the length and breadth of the UK with his Bullseye Roadshow
If you are hosting an event, corporate training day or looking for the perfect theatre entertainment then look no further than the Bullseye Roadshow!
The Bullseye Roadshow is a fun filled evening where you and your colleagues, friends or event attendees have the chance of playing Bullseye, alongside 3 darting legends, including Eric Bristow, John Lowe & Bob Anderson amongst others.
Eric Bristow MBE
‘The Crafty Cockney, is a 5 times World Darts Champion and still considered by many to be the face of darts.
The only darts player to win the World Championships in three different decades. He was also the first man to throw the first ever 9 dart finish live on TV.
‘The Limestone Cowboy’, won the World Championship in 1988 and also added three World Masters Titles in 1986, 1987 & 1988.
Bully himself will also make an appearance bringing with him for the night the famous Bronze Bully!
But the main question on everyone’s lips will be ‘will they gamble or will they be going home with their BFH?… Their Bus Fare Home!’
The Bullseye Roadshow can be tailored for work place training or team building events with the categories around the category board representing your industry sector and company catalogue. Making the night educational and informative whilst at the same time being fun and entertaining.
For more information about the Bullseye Roadshow and how we can make your event super, smashing, great please email us via the contact page
Companies that have previously booked the Bullseye Roadshow
Bullseye Exhibition Stand
Should you wish to feature Bullseye at your conference or exhibition, Bully has his own portable exhibition stand and desk.
Measuring 2225 mm (H), 3070 mm (W), 960 mm (D), the Bullseye Exhibition Stand can be quickly assembled by the Bullseye Team and provides a fantastic backdrop for any event.
For further information about having the Bullseye Exhibition Stand at your event please email us via the contact page.