Game Fair Theatre – Under New Management

How to deal with writhing pythons? what’s the best call to bring in a lusty buck? Should we repeal the Wildlife & Countryside Act? Find out at the Game Fair Theatre, which is raising its game in 2017.

An exciting line-up of hunting/shooting/fishing/countryside personalities will pound the stage at the Game Fair Theatre at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, on 28-30 July 2017. And to give it the celebrity stardust it needs, the Game Fair is delighted to appoint Fieldsports Channel as organiser and host of this year’s Game Fair Theatre.

Fieldsports Channel is the British YouTube sensation that attracts 1.5 million views a month to TV programmes on YouTube about hunting, shooting and fishing. Fieldsports Channel presenter Charlie Jacoby says: “It is going to be an outstanding year in Game Fair Theatre history. Gone is the tired white vinyl tent with its rows of bald heads and hats gently snoozing after lunch. In its place will be a signature building and a West End style. We will hold everything from serious political debates to TV chatshows, with the help of a big screen, a bar area and seating for 300. Entry is free. The shows will blow your boots off.”

Game Fair organiser James Gower
Game Fair organiser James Gower

Game Fair organiser James Gower says: “The 2017 Game Fair is shaping up to be the best show of its kind in the world. We are pleased to see that the Game Fair Theatre will be world-class, too. We will announce the guests on the Game Fair Theatre stage throughout the next five months. We expect it to give us three days of spectacular shows.”

Fieldsports Channel presenter Charlie Jacoby
Fieldsports Channel presenter Charlie Jacoby

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