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Win tickets to see The Play That Goes Wrong! – Closed

Good news theatre fans: we’re giving away yet another set of free tickets!

We’ve teamed up with Mischief Theatre to give you a chance to win two tickets to see their fantastic production The Play That Goes Wrong at the Trafalgar Studios, London. A couple of facts for you to bear in mind about this:

1. We reviewed this show when it was first performed at the Old Red Lion Theatre, and it met with our approval! A cracking ★★★★ show! Read the review here.

2. The two tickets are available exclusively for the performance on Monday 8th July at 9.15pm.

As always with our competitions, there are absolutely no catches. We’re not going to sell your data to any third parties and we’re not going to put you on a mailing list. It’s all just for fun!

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED! 
You’ll have to fill out our funky form and answer a really easy question!
The competition closes at MIDNIGHT ON WEDNESDAY 3RD JULY 2013. The lucky winner will be selected at random and contacted on Thursday 4th July 2013. 
ABOUT THE SHOW

Mischief Theatre’s hit comedy extends again in the West End due to phenomenal demand. After benefiting from a large and sudden inheritance, the inept and accident prone Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society embark on producing an ambitious 1920s murder mystery in the West End. Hilarious disaster ensues and the cast start to crack under the pressure, but can they get the production back on track before the final curtain falls?

About Everything Theatre

Everything Theatre
Founded in 2011, Everything Theatre started life as a pokey blog run by two theatre enthusiasts and – thanks to the Entry Pass Scheme for 16-25 year olds – regular National Theatre goers. Today, we are run by part-time volunteers from a wide array of backgrounds. Among our various contributors are people who work in theatre, but also people who work in law, medicine, events, marketing and even psychiatry! We are all united by our love for the London theatre scene.