The former snooker champion is just one of the special guests set to appear in the show.
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Snooker, rugby, football and cricket fans will be well served by the upcoming A Question of Sport Live show in Glasgow.
Quizmaster Sue Barker and captains Phil Tufnell and Matt Dawson are set to be joined onstage at the event by special guests Dennis Taylor, Chris Cusiter and Anthony Stokes.
Former World Snooker champion Taylor spent two decades in the top 16 of the rankings and was also a huge hit with fans of the sport. Since retiring, he has become an important part of the BBC commentary team for live snooker coverage.
Celtic striker Stokes, who began his career at Arsenal, became the first player since Henrik Larsson to score hat-tricks in consecutive Scottish Premier League games.
Local favourite Chris Cusiter, the Scotland rugby union scrum-half who plays for Glasgow Warriors, can currently be seen on duty for the national team in the World Cup in New Zealand.
These sporting stars will be joined by an as-yet-unconfirmed guest at A Question of Sport Live when it takes the stage at Glasgow's Clyde Auditorium on Saturday October 22nd.
Tickets for the show are priced at £42.75.
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