Win five pairs of tickets to see Ibsen's Emperor and Galilean
Thursday 09 June 2011
This is a major play from one of the greatest playwrights of all time and no one’s ever seen it. The National Theatre stages Ibsen’s magnificent farewell to epic drama. A company of 50 perform Ben Power’s exciting new version of this lost masterpiece, creating a cathedral of sound and ritual.
Through vivid storytelling, Emperor and Galilean sweeps across Greece and the Middle-East from AD 351 covering 12 crucial years in the history of civilisation, dramatising the actions of one man who could have changed everything forever.
The Independent has five pairs of tickets to this ambitious new production, which opened on 9 June, to be won. To enter, simply fill in your details below.
Terms and conditions
Winners’ tickets are valid for Monday to Thursday performances until 10 August 2011. Subject to availability. Competition closes Thursday 30 June. The promoter reserves the right to substitute prize for that of an equal or greater value if necessary. The Independent's usual terms and conditions apply.
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