Former Watford and Northern Ireland stars Pat Jennings, Gerry Armstrong, John McClelland and Pat Rice are all going to be reunited for a special Tales from the Vicarage Live event at the Watford Palace Theatre next month.

Tickets for the exciting event on April 18th go on sale today at midday which will see the four former Hornets on stage alongside Sky Sports presenter and lifelong Watford fan Adam Leventhal for what promises to be another intriguing night at the beautiful Watford venue.

Each of the players featured at Vicarage Road during different stages of their careers. Pat Jennings - widely considered to be one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time - joined the club as a teenager in 1963 and made 52 consecutive appearances before he was snapped up by Tottenham - he'll be able to give a fascinating insight into life at Watford in the sixties and will be the first player from that decade to feature at one of these great nights for Watford fans.

Pat Rice, in contrast, would end his career with Watford but not before making a huge impact - the former captain lead the team to promotion to the first division for the first time in its history and would skipper the side to the runners up position in 1982/83.

Gerry Armstrong would score the first goal for Watford in the top division where he spent three action packed seasons - which he combined with an historic appearance at the 1982 World Cup - which put him, his club and country on the footballing world map.

John McClelland joined the club in 1984 and quickly established himself as one of the best central defenders in the country - he took over as captain and spent five full seasons at Vicarage Road as the linchpin to Graham Taylor's top division backline during the club's most successful period.

The Northern Ireland special will follow the appearance of Nigel Callaghan, Andy Hessenthaler, Micah Hyde and John Eustace in the first Tales from the Vicarage Live of the year on March 24th and is the first country specific event to be organised.

"We're really excited about the events coming up and we thought it would be an exciting twist to have four fellow countryman on stage together," explained host Leventhal.

"To have four giants of the game on stage unified by their national allegiance but also having played a key role in the history of Watford Football Club is sure to make it a fascinating night." 

Tickets go on sale at midday today (Wednesday) and are available from the Watford Palace Theatre box office here or by calling 01923 225671.