Win a pair of tickets to see The Commitments
Your chance to see this soul-shaking new show at London's Palace Theatre
Wednesday 12 June 2013
Twenty five years after they first burst into the world from the pages of Roddy Doyle’s novel, The Commitments is now in the West End.
Experience this show as it makes its world premiere this September at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End. The show has been adapted from the novel by Booker prize-winning author Roddy Doyle and will be directed by award winning Jamie Lloyd (the man behind the recent production of Macbeth starring James McAvoy).
We have a pair of tickets to be won to see the show at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London.
To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, just enter your details below.
Terms and conditions: Promotion closes at 23.59 on 27 June 2013. There is one prize of a pair of tickets to see The Commitments at the Palace Theatre. Valid on Tuesday–Thursday and Sunday performances at 7.30pm, until 27 February 2014. Subject to availability. The winners will be the first entry selected at random after the closing date and will be contacted by email by Monday 1 July 2013. The prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. When you respond, Independent Print Ltd may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest by SMS or email. Only one online entry per person. Usual promotion rules apply. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Independent Print Ltd, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT. Promoter: AKA.
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