Cover To Cover presents: An evening with Warren Gatland.
Come and join the three-time Grand Slam-winning coach for the launch of his much-anticipated autobiography.
As he leaves his post as Head Coach of Wales at the end of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Gatland’s definitive autobiography provides a colourful and vivid chronicle of an extraordinary three decades at rugby’s dynamic coal-face.
His personal journey has been rewarding and challenging in equal measure, spanning many of the sport’s most passionate heartlands such as New Zealand, Ireland, England and Wales.
Gatland reflects in characteristically forthright and intelligent fashion on a lifetime spent playing and coaching the sport which has been his passion since as a young boy he first picked up an oval ball on New Zealand’s North Island, dreaming of joining the ranks of the mighty All Blacks.
Along the way we encounter the greatest matches, players and rivalries the sport has to offer. We are introduced to a stunning cast of unforgettable characters who grace the story with their humour and humanity, and emerge with a striking appreciation of how rugby has managed to retain its appeal for millions around the globe.
‘Gatland is the master’ Sir Ian McGeechan, Sunday Telegraph
‘Gatland is a coaching star’ Sir Clive Woodward, Mail on Sunday
‘Gats is one of the all-time great coaches’ Sam Warburton, The Sunday Times
Warren will be in conversation with rugby expert and broadcaster Phil Steele.
Tickets £25.00 include a pre-signed copy of the book (RRP £20.00) which can be collected on arrival.
The interview and audience Q&A will end at 8.30pm, after which Warren will have a limited time (1 hour max) to personally dedicate books for those who wish. He will not be signing any other books or merchandise.
Taliesin Arts Centre. Swansea University. Singleton Campus. Wednesday 20th November. 7.30PM
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