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An evening with Kevin Lane and guests

An Evening with Kevin Lane and guests - Peter Fury, Kenny Collins and Matt Legg - hosted by Shaun Attwood Join us for an exclusive unfiltered evening with some of the toughest ex gangsters covering untold hard-hitting topics and explosive stories. Plus: an hour-long Q&A with the speakers and photo opportunities. Doors open from 6pm until late in the exclusive luxury venue Cambridge country club.

  • 23rd February 2024 - 23rd February 2024
  • 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

For all true crime fans, this will be an evening not be missed.

The guests include:

Kevin Lane

Kevin Lane was given a life sentence for a hitman murder committed back in 1994. After two trials, he was convicted by a majority verdict. Kevin is now an author who educates young men about the consequences of getting involved in crime. Dubbed ‘The Executioner’ Kevin was recently in the hit TV series on Channel 4, Banged Up, in which he was politician Johnny Mercer’s cellmate.

 

Peter Fury

Born into a family of travellers, whose surname speaks volumes in the boxing scene.

Once one of Britain’s most feared crime lords, he ruled over an illegal empire in the North West of England, which led to him serving time on the inside. Upon release, he turned his life around by focusing on training his son Hughie.

 

Matt Legg

Matt Legg was involved in crime and Violence from an early age.
A prison sentence at the age of 18, would see Matt’s first introduction to Boxing,
where he would spar legendary Street Fighter Norman Buckland without gloves.
On his release from Prison, Matt had a successful Amateur career, winning numerous titles, and reaching the coveted ABA Final.
Matt turned professional and would fight Future Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua and Former 5 weight Champion James Toney.

 

Kenny Collins

Known for his role in The Hatton safe deposit burglary in London in April 2015. The total stolen had an estimated value of up to £14 million, of which only £4.3 million has been recovered. The heist was planned and carried out by Kenny and 5 others, all of whom were arrested, pleaded guilty and received prison sentences in March 2016.

Collins, along with his accomplices, were handed one of the largest confiscation orders in the Met’s history for their parts in the £13.7m heist. They were told to pay a joint total of £5.75m.

Facilities

  • Air conditioned
  • Bar
  • Car Parking
  • Cloakroom facilities
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • On site parking

Accessibility Facilities

  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible
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The first game of football, as we know it, was played in Cambridge in 1848.