January 21, 2016
October 5, 2015
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The world’s greatest action star, political heavy weight and former Mr Universe, Arnold Schwarzenegger is heading to Birmingham for an exclusive black tie dinner event.

The event, An Experience with…Arnold Schwarzenegger, is taking place at the ICC with tickets going on sale on Friday 9th October priced from £95.

The event will see Schwarzenegger take part in a revealing on stage live interview with a yet to be announced celebrity host, where he will discuss his life and illustrious career than has seen him go from being the world’s greatest body builders to one of the highest political offices in the USA, via becoming one of Hollywood’s greatest action stars.

Die-hard fans are also being given the opportunity to meet their idol with the platinum ticket package worth £1500, which includes an intimate ‘meet and greet’ with Schwarzenegger for just 20 people and take a picture with the star.

Ticket holders also have the opportunity to upgrade to a photo opportunity with the star for £545.

The dinner is being organised by leading events company, Olexy Productions who have hosted a similar sell-out dinner with Schwarzenegger in Leeds in 2014. The event, which was hosted by comedian and presenter, Jonathan Ross, received rave reviews and even saw one ‘Arnie-Super Fan’ join the Terminator star on stage to propose to his girlfriend.

Born in Austria, Arnold moved to America from a young age to pursue bodybuilding. He is considered among one the most important figures in the history of sport, winning the acclaimed Mr Universe title twice and Mr Olympia, seven times.

Retiring at his peak, Schwarzenegger pursued an acting career making his debut with Conan The Barbarian. In 1984 he took on the role that would define his film career, The Terminator in what is one of the most popular action movie franchises of all time.

Several different ticket tiers are available, starting from £95 (exc dinner) or £145 (inc three course dinner), with ticket prices going up to £1500 for a platinum ticket.

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