See Steve Richards: Rock 'n' Roll Politics at the Soho Theatre
Five pairs of tickets to the new show from the i political columnist to be won
Wednesday 19 June 2013
This competition is now closed.
Our political columnist Steve Richards takes you on a whirlwind tour of some of the great political and media dramas, starting in the 1970s with Harold Wilson and David Bowie, all the way through Tony Blair and Paul McCartney to Cameron, Clegg and the two Eds today. It's a hilarious and unique behind-the-scenes guide to politics and the media.
For your chance to win on of five pairs of tickets to see the show at London's Soho Theatre on Tuesday 2 July, enter your details below.
Terms and conditions: Closing date for competition entries is 23.59pm Monday 24 June 2013. Winners will be drawn at random and notified by 5.30pm on Tuesday 25 June 2013. Given the proximity of the event to today’s date, if we are unable to contact you successfully by 5.30pm on 26 June we will have no option but to award the prize to another entrant. There are five prizes, each comprising two complimentary tickets to Steve Richards: Rock 'n' Roll Politics at the Soho Theatre on Tuesday 2 July 2013. Transport to and from the event is not included. Winners and guests should be over 18. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. When you respond the Independent may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest by SMS or email. The editor’s decision is final. Only one entry per household. For a full set of terms and conditions, visit independent.co.uk/rules.
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