Who’s gearing up for Round 4 of the Six Nations?
This weekend we’ll see England versus Wales and Scotland against France – cancellations permitting. If you’ve been lucky enough to get tickets, it’s time to ruck and roll – you’re in for a treat! If not, how about throwing your own rugby party?
Here’s some inspiration from the team at RugbyPass… https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=807864426215856
Back in the real world…
All you need is a gang of rugby fans (ideally friends, not just random people you met in the pub), a massive TV and a lot of beer. But if you really want to make an effort, some rugby décor and paraphernalia is also a must. Bunting, silly hats, and… a Rugby Ball Light.
Stylish and cool, the Rugby Ball Light is the perfect living room accessory for a Six Nations rugby party. Not only does it provide a warm glow of ambient lighting, but it also gives your guests a warm glow of pride, loyalty and team spirit. A replica of the Gilbert rugby ball used by rugby players the world over, the lamp is available in England colours with Welsh, Scottish, South African and Australian versions coming soon.
The ultimate England rugby gift
Treat yourself to the ultimate England rugby gift (self-gifting is definitely a thing) or drop some big hints with someone who might be up for indulging you in a unique England rugby present. Either way, your party guests will be impressed.
And, hey, if you want to be REALLY flash, you could make like the Oscars and give out lavish goodie bags filled with rugby gifts at the end of your Six Nations bash. (Hold on while we fantasise about handing out Rugby Ball Lights in an England rugby gift bag…)
Where to watch the Six Nations
If you’re in or around London, GQ has picked a handful of the best places to watch the Six Nations. From pubs to pergolas with a bit of fine dining thrown in, these are cool venues with rugby fans in mind.