Edinburgh Festival '98: Ticket Offers
Wednesday 26 August 1998
The Pleasance (venue 33):
5.55-6. 45 pm: 5 free pairs of tickets for the first 5 people at the Box Office to see Universal Grinding Wheel's I don't know if you're familiar with the voodoo phenomenon of zombie, but....
Calder's Gilded Balloon at the Honeycomb (venue 139): 5-6.15pm: 10 free pairs of tickets for the first 10 people at the Box Office to see The Empire Strikes Black. Marcus Powell of BBC2's The A Force meets one of Hackney's New Acts Of The Year, Jocelyn G.
Calder's Gilded Balloon Wee Room (venue 36):
11.30pm-12.30am: 5 free pairs of tickets for the first five people at the Box Office to see Late Laffs. Comics Joe Heenan and Janey Godley.
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