Win one of 50 pairs of tickets to Pride in Brighton and Hove

The UK's biggest Pride festival kicks off in Brighton on Saturday 6 August, signalling the start of a week-long summer festival. It all culminates with the Pride Parade and main park event on Saturday 13 August, and you could be there, as The Independent has teamed up with Pride to offer readers the chance to win one of 50 pairs of tickets.

Last chance to see Love Never Dies

2-for-1 on top price tickets (normally £67.50 each)

Win a set of blues giants 3-CD sets

We've got five collections, each of three boxed sets, to give away. You can win oodles of music from the greatest periods of three blues giants on these new three-CD sets.

Kids go free to see One Life, narrated by Daniel Craig

A close encounter with all things wild this summer!

Win tickets to experience The Black Diamond from Stella Artois Black

The sophisticated world of Stella Artois Black’s 'The Black Diamond' is an unprecedented, immersive theatrical experience taking place at venues across London between July and September.

Win a hardwood hammock worth £299.95

Finished in a light coffee colour stain and measuring a truly impressive 13ft 1½” (4m) in length and supported by 3ft 11¼” wide cross beams, this iconic and beautifully designed single curved arch wooden hammock frame is manufactured from Russian Larch – renowned for its rot-resistance, strength and longevity.

See The Beauty Queen of Leenane at The Young Vic for just £25

Last year’s sell-out hit The Beauty Queen of Leenane returns to the Young Vic. Set in the mountains of Galway, lonely spinster Maureen longs to get away from her devilishly manipulative mother, Mag. But when the chance of happiness knocks on their front door, Mag does all she can to prevent Maureen’s escape.

Win one of four Medisana foot and bath spas

After a hard do in your heels, nothing beats a nice relaxaing footspa. We've learned that the hard way here at The Independent, and we'd hate for that to happen to you, so we've got our hands on four expensive footspas - and four more equally pricey bath spas - courtesy of the nice folks at Medisana, and we'd like for you guys to win them.

Win a pair of weekend tickets to The Vintage Festival at The Southbank Centre

The Vintage Festival, the UK’s best new festival, will transform The Royal Festival Hall into a multi-venue vintage playground for London’s most uplifting and stylish party this summer - and The Independent has a pair of tickets for the whole weekend - worth £450 - to give away!

Win a delicious meal for two at Cafe Rouge

With beautiful seasonal weather, food and drink, this summer is beginning to feel particularly Gallic - and with a Parisian feel in the air, what better time to celebrate all things French?

Tell us about your working life and win a stay at a Barceló Hotel

It's a tough old economy out there at the moment - Europe's teetering, the public sector is wilting and the High Street is wobbling. In short, we live in interesting times. Here at The Independent, we want to get to the bottom of all this - and we'd like your help.



Win a 12-DVD boxed set of the official history of the Tour de France

Featuring in-depth interviews and bursting with incredible action, this is the ultimate Tour de France collection for every cycling fan to savour.

Win five pairs of tickets to see The Beauty Queen of Leenane at The Young Vic

Last year’s sell-out hit The Beauty Queen of Leenane returns to the Young Vic. Set in the mountains of Galway, lonely spinster Maureen longs to get away from her devilishly manipulative mother, Mag. But when the chance of happiness knocks on their front door, Mag does all she can to prevent Maureen’s escape.

Win one of five EcoManagers from EDF Energy

The EcoManager is a wireless appliance controller exclusive to EDF Energy that indicates the cost of running connected appliances and also lets you turn them off from one location at the touch of a button, helping you to save money and carbon.

See multi-award winning masterpiece Journey's End

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