Andrew Cotter began 2020 as one of the most recognisable voices in sports broadcasting. But now, he is a ‘bone’-a fide internet sensation, only slightly eclipsed by his canine companions and overnight global superstars Olive and Mabel.
Andrew’s hilarious commentary in a series of online contests between his two adorable Labradors brought people across the internet together during the toughest days of lockdown. Uplifting and heart-warming, the series, including Game of Bones, went viral and has since been viewed more than 50 million times on social media; Olive and Mabel’s performances have entertained dog owners, sports fans and a host of celebrities across the world.
Join Andrew, Olive and Mabel for this very special live event, as Andrew gives a commentary of a different kind: the heart-warming story of his life with his two famous Labradors, of his bond with his dogs, and their many adventures together. Andrew will recount the full story of Olive and Mabel’s rise to internet stardom, how his connection with his dogs has grown into an unbreakable bond, and how walking and climbing in the mountains helps them all find peace, joy and happiness away from the hectic world of the media.
Both touching and laugh-out-loud funny, this is a treat for the whole family.
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Palm Court entrance
East Court entrance
Phoenix B&K entrance
BBC Tower entrance
Ice Rink entrance
Boating Lake Café
Pitch & Putt
Alexandra Palace Way
Tube: Wood Green
Railway: Alexandra Palace Rail
Bus: W3 or Shuttle Bus
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