Racing legend Frankie Dettori to star at the Hazlitt Theatre
Monday 4th September 2017
HORSE racing legend Frankie Dettori will be at the Hazlitt Theatre next year for a special one man show.
The larger than life jockey - famed for spectacular jumps off his horses in the paddock after victories - is due next March for an evening of conversation, anecdotes and memories.
Frankie, 46, was born in Milan - the son of a jockey - and blazed a trail thgrough the racing world, emerging champion jockey three times and has ridden hundreds of winners.
He rose to prominence after riding all seven winners on British Champions' Day at Ascot in 1996.
During this absence, he took part in the 11th series of the UK reality TV show Celebrity Big Brother finishing seventh on day 21.
"An Evening with Frankie Dettori" With special Guest
7.30pm - March 15, 2018
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