Clive Everton, the editor of Snooker Scene, snooker correspondent of The Guardian and a member of the BBC commentary team for 30 years, will be launching his autobiography 'Black Farce and Cue Ball Wizards: The Inside Story of Snooker' with an evening of anecdotes and reminiscence on September 3.

Clive will talk about his life in the sport and will take questions from the audience.

This event is taking place at the Landor Theatre in London from 8pm.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from the box office on 0207-737-7276.


Anonymous said...


Great to see Clive in good health and doing 'A Night With...' Is he doing a Waterstones tour as well?

Having posted before about the link between snooker and music songs I give you another.

Mark E Smith - of The Fall - has recorded a song about Ronnie O'Sullivan with his new band Von Sudenfed.

The song entitled Slow Down Ronnie may be released as a single, but is on the album.

Do I win a book!

Thanks, Joe

Anonymous said...

I do hope Clive doesn't feel the need to get into punch ups with referees to gain publicity to boost book sales!

Of course we'll all buy two copies of the book if Clive could, once and for all, put out the lights of certain wpbsa officials!

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for this book. It should be VERY interesting.

Mat Wilson

Unknown said...

Sounds like a great night for anyone in the capital on the 3rd.

Before those of us in the provinces rush off to pre-order it on Amazon, though, can I echo the previous comment and ask whether the author will be conducting a promotional / signing tour?

Dave H said...

There don't seem to be any signings planned at present