Munster head coach Anthony Foley and hooker Damien Varley will be in attendance at a free questions and answers session in London this Friday evening ahead of the big match against Saracens.
The event has been organised by the Munster Rugby Supporters Club and will take place in Walkabout Temple with a large volume of supporters expected to turn up.
Early arrival is advised for the event, which starts at 8.0pm, in order to avoid disappointment - there will be a huge travelling support to add to the already sizeable Munster contingent in London. Walkabout Temple is situated in Temple Station, Temple Place, London WC2R 2PH and it can be easily accessed via the London Underground located directly at the Temple station.
The event begins at 8pm sharp and ends at 8.45pm with a vast array of prizes also on offer.
The London branch of the Munster Rugby Supporters Club have organised a special raffle with various rugby memorabilia as well as priceless tickets to the Saracens match on Saturday up for grabs.
The MRSC choir will also be in attendance - traditional Irish band Celtic Crunch are due on stage at 9.30pm with a DJ set to follow.
The London branch was set up in September of 2010 with Jay Briganti and Eamonn McGann two of the main contributors.
It provides a central base for all things Munster in England's capital and in recent years has expanded its operations to cover away games outside of London.
Former Munster star Rob Henderson is the current Branch Ambassador.