Win ticket's to Mica Paris gig at Ronnie Scott's
Wednesday 03 June 2009
To celebrate the legendary jazz club's 50th anniversary,
The Independent has teamed up with Ronnie Scott’s and the BFI to offer readers a chance two tickets to Mica Paris' concert on Wednesday 10t June at Ronnie Scott's in London.
The winners will also get to attend sound check in the afternoon and meet Mica. Plus, they will recieve a personalised signed copy of Mica Paris' new album, Born Again.
Five runners up will receive a pair of tickets to a film of their choice in the "Jazz in June" season at the BFI.
Competition closes on 8 June.
To win, answer this question:
What is the name of the Ronnie Scott's 50th Anniversary film season at the BFI Southbank in June?
Click here to email your answer - please include your phone number and home address in your entry.
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