Win tickets to see Terence Rattigan's Flare Path
Plus exclusive £35 preview ticket offer (usually £50)
Friday 11 March 2011
To celebrate the opening of Terence Rattigan's classic wartime play Flare Path, the Independent has three pairs of premium tickets to give away.
Trevor Nunn directs his first production as Artistic Director at the Theatre Royal Haymarket Company. Sienna Miller is joined on stage by James Purefoy, most recently seen as Mark Antony in the BBC's epic series Rome, and Olivier Award nominee Sheridan Smith, fresh from her lead role in the stage version of Legally Blonde.
It is 1942. In a country house hotel on the edge of an R.A.F. Bomber Command airfield, a young pilot, his actress wife and a Hollywood film star find themselves at the centre of a passionate conflict of love and loyalty as unpredictable as the war in the skies.
We also have preview tickets on offer for just £35, a saving of £15 on normal £50 tickets. To book, call 0845 481 1870 quoting 'Independent Offer'.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets answer the simple question below:
This competition closes at midnight on Sunday 27 March.
Ticket giveaway terms and conditions: Three winners will each receive a pair of premium tickets, valid from Monday to Thursday until 30 May. Tickets are subject to availability. The Promoter reserves the right to substitute prize for that of an equal or greater value if necessary. Winner will receive complimentary wine or soft drink at the theatre bar. Prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative available. Entrants must be 18 or over. Usual terms and conditions apply.
Ticket offer terms and conditions: Offer valid for all performances until 17 March. Subject to availability. Prices are subject to a per ticket restoration levy of £1. Booking fees apply.
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