Win tickets to see London's hit comedy Clybourne Park
Wednesday 06 April 2011
Raising more than a few eyebrows and winner of every Best Play award going, the Royal Court's sell out smash hit comedy runs at Wyndham's Theatre until 7 May.
This hilarious satire explores the ever contentious themes of race and property ownership from two time periods – 1959 and 2009 – and leaves the audience asking whether the issues festering beneath the floorboards are actually the same despite the 50 year time difference.
The Independent has a pair of top price tickets to give away, with complimentary programmes and interval drinks. All you have to do to enter is give us your details below - and we'll be in touch if you win.
For more information and to view the trailer, go to www.clybournepark.co.uk
Terms and conditions: the winner will be drawn at random from all correct entries received by 23.59 on Sunday 17 April 2011 and will be contacted by telephone on Monday 18 April 2011. The prize is two top-priced tickets, two complimentary programmes and interval drinks. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. The tickets are valid for a performance on one night from Monday to Thursday performances until 28 April 2011, subject to availability. When you respond, Independent Print Ltd may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT. Usual promotion pules apply.
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