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Get Involved With Snooker At Manchester Central!
Snooker fans in Manchester will be able to join the fun for FREE when the sport’s global tour comes to the city for two huge events around Easter.
Fantastic activities will be open to fans of all ages, including children on school holidays, and it’s a perfect opportunity to introduce them to snooker in a fun environment. 
The superb Manchester Central venue in the heart of the city will host snooker’s biggest stars for the first time. The World Mixed Doubles runs on the weekend of March 30-31, followed by the Johnstone’s Paint Tour Championship from April 1-7.
Throughout both events, there will be a free FanZone area in the main foyer of the venue, open to all fans even those without tickets. This will include a full size Star professional table where you can receive free coaching, take on exciting challenges and find out what it’s like to play on the same table as the pros! There will also be smaller tables which are perfect for beginners or to give children the chance to try snooker for the first time. Other activities in the foyer will include the chance to take a selfie with the three trophies from the 2024 Players Series, and also to sit in replicas of the players seats! 
There will also be a range of hot and cold food and drink options available. 
The World Mixed Doubles allows the world’s best men and women players to compete on the same stage. The teams are: 
- Defending champions Neil Robertson and Mink Nutcharut
- Judd Trump and Baipat Siripaporn
- Luca Brecel and Reanne Evans
- Mark Allen and Rebecca Kenna
Tickets for the event are on sale now from just £20 per session, with FREE TICKETS for children age 6-15! 
The Johnstone’s Paint Tour Championship features the top 12 players from the one-year ranking list battling for one of snooker’s most coveted trophies. Judd Trump, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Mark Allen, John Higgins, Mark Selby and Mark Williams are among those on target to qualify. 
Tickets start at just £20 and there are incredible hospitality packages available, a bucket-list experience for anyone who loves live sport. Both events will be televised by ITV.
For all ticket details, click here
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