The 'Romford Pele' Ray Parlour is set to lead an "action-packed" discussion at a Hornchurch theatre, which is set to include dressing room intrigue and fallouts.

Arsenal legend Parlour will star in a discussion at Queen's Theatre in Hornchurch on Sunday (September 17).

"Three Arsenal legends are coming to town to talk about their action-packed football careers," Queen's Theatre Hornchurch said of the event.

The Romford-born midfielder will be joined by former Gunners winger Perry Groves, who also played briefly for Dagenham and Redbridge in non-league football, and Paul Merson, now a Sky Sports pundit.

Parlour, 50, part of Arsenal's unbeaten side in 2004, nicknamed The Invincibles, was born in Romford on March 7 in 1973.

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Managers, dressing room antics and fallouts will be some of the subjects up for discussion.

Tickets are still available to purchase from the venue’s website or by calling the box office on 01708443333.