Welsh rugby legend Sam Warburton OBE will be at Newbridge Memo on Thursday, October 17.
The former Cardiff Blues, Wales and British and Irish Lions captain, 30, hung up his boots in July 2018 after persistent injury problems.
Warburton won 74 caps for his country, making his senior debut in 2009.
He became Wales’ second youngest captain after Gareth Edwards in 2011 aged just 22.
Warburton starred as Wales won Six Nations titles in 2012 and 2013.
The flanker played for the Lions in tours to Australia in 2013, where he became the touring side’s youngest ever captain aged 24, and New Zealand in 2017.
The event will start at 7pm, with general admission tickets available for £22.50 and VIP tickets costing £45.
To buy tickets, visit newbridgememo.co.uk or call the box office on 01495 243252.