Number-one selling artist Bryan Ferry will perform in the Lord's Long Room at the Club's Bicentenary Gala Ball on Friday 17 October and at a MCC Members' Ball on Saturday 18 October.
The ICC Wricket World Cup trophy will be on display in the MCC Museum on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 August, with England vice-captain Eoin Morgan welcoming the prize to the Ground.
The outstanding drainage system at Lord's came to Nottinghamshire's aid as they beat Middlesex in a Royal London One Day Cup Group match.
MCC has announced the renewal of its association with Marston’s Beer Company in a new five year sponsorship and pouring rights deal.
The MCC Cricket Academy will be closed from Monday 22 September to Friday 10 October for surface refurbishment and the installation of new PitchVision equipment.
Two-time champions Woodhouse Grange will take on Little & Great Tew in this year's Davidstow Village Cup Final at Lord's on Sunday 7 September.
A strong performance from the Club Cricket Conference saw them beat MCC by 16 runs in the annual fixture at Lord's.
MCC is offering budding bakers the chance to win afternoon tea and a day in its famous pastry kitchen by entering the Lord’s Bicentenary Cake Bake.
Surrey scraped to a last-ball two-wicket win over Middlesex in front of a sell out crowd at Lord's on Thursday evening in the NatWest T20 Blast.
Kids under 16 go free to Lord's this summer for Middlesex's Royal London One-Day cup fixtures against Surrey and Somerset during the summer holidays.
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