Host for the evening was Scrum V's Phil Steele who did a sterling job of compèring using his unique blend of encyclopaedic rugby knowledge and comedic skills.
A lively Q&A session included Gloucester's Director of Rugby, Nigel Davies alongside two Gloucester legends; Andy Hazell and Peter Buxton.
Stephen Vaughan, chief executive of Gloucester Rugby and ADEY's managing director Kelvin Stevens were also on hand to offer some business insight.
"It was an excellent evening and we're delighted so many installers and merchants were able to join us," said Haimish Mead, ADEY's Marketing Director.
"Our installers are very important to us and it underlined the huge amount of support we have locally.
"We're extremely proud of our relationship with Gloucester Rugby and Kingsholm is the perfect venue for a night like this. It was a great opportunity to hear some interesting rugby insight, sample a bit of comedy from Phil Steele, while enjoying good food and a few drinks.
"A big thank you to everyone who helped make the evening possible and hopefully it's something we will look to do again."
The evening ended with the winners of the raffle being announced. Prizes included signed rugby balls and a Gloucester Rugby shirt, match tickets to an Aviva Premiership game at Kingsholm and a MagnaClean Professional2 Filter and Chemical pack.