Scottish rugby legend, George Wilson Weir is better known to the world as Doddie. Winning 61 caps, he was a fan-favourite of the Scottish crowd, before retiring
in 2004.

Then, in 2017, Doddie announced he had motor neurone disease - involving progressive damage to nerves, and leading to muscle wastage. There is currently no cure, and most patients diagnosed with this illness die within three years of developing symptoms.

His foundation, My Name’5 Doddie, is raising money – more than £1 million – to help find treatments and a cure.

Come along to this special evening and hear Doddie, along with his ghost writer, Stewart Weir, talk over this funny, moving and fascinating exposé of Doddie’s career and life.

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