Win tickets: An audience with Sir Geoff Hurst at Esquire Townhouse with Dior

Win two tickets to an audience with Sir Geoff Hurst at Esquire Townhouse with Dior

Esquire, the luxury men’s magazine, returns with the Esquire Townhouse With Dior.

Taking place from October 12-15, the four-day luxury experience will once again take over London’s 10-11 Carlton Terrace with a curation of live talks, interviews and masterclasses showcasing the very best in the world of style, sport, TV, technology, travel, food and film.

Joining the line-up is Vince Vaughn, Cillian Murphy and friend of The Big Issue, Russell Brand, sharing insights from his new book Recovery and England football legend, Sir Geoff Hurst.

We’re giving you the chance to win two tickets to an audience with Sir Geoff Hurst, the only man to score a hat-trick in a World Cup final, on the October 13.

DID YOU KNOW…

The Big Issue magazine is read by an estimated 379,195 people across the UK and circulates 82,294 copies every week.

Sir Geoff joins the Esquire Townhouse to reflect on an incredible career that saw him clock up more than 400 appearances for West Ham, 49 England caps and 228 career goals, before later becoming a successful businessman and coach.

Intelligent, funny and a great storyteller, expect a memorable and anecdote-heavy evening with a genuine sporting icon. Followed by Q&A.

For the full line-up and tickets to other events head to Esquire Townhouse With Dior.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question:

How many goals did Sir Geoff Hurst rack up during his career?

A. 208B. 228C. 248

Please read our competition Terms & Conditions.

The closing date is October 11. Entrants must be available to attend the event on Friday October 13 between 6.30-7.30pm. Prize includes two tickets to attend ‘An audience with Sir Geoff Hurst’ at Esquire Townhouse with Dior, at London’s 10-11 Carlton Terrace and four drinks tokens to be used over the evening. Travel and accommodation is not included in the prize draw and the winner will have to make their own arrangements.