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Win tickets to RETOLD: A Fairytale Festival! – Closed

More reasons to be happy this holiday season: we’re giving away yet another set of free theatre tickets!

Retold - Competition - The SpaceWe are delighted to announce that we’ve teamed up with Goblin Baby Theatre Company to give you a chance to win two tickets to see the opening night of their new show RETOLD: A Fairytale Festival… without the ‘happily ever after’

The two tickets are available exclusively for their opening performance on 14th January 2014, 7.30pm at The Space. As always with our competitions, there are absolutely no catches. It’s 100% free, and it’s simple and easy to enter.

Sadly, this competition is now closed.

The competition closes at MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAY 29TH DECEMBER 2013. The lucky winner will be selected at random and contacted on Monday 30th December 2013.

RETOLD: A Fairytale Festival… without the ‘happily ever after’.

14th to 18th January at The Space & 28th January to 1st February at The Hen & Chickens Theatre.

RETOLD presents darkly comic, thought-provoking, contemporary renditions of three traditional fairytales (aimed at an adult audience).

As if by a Stair by Amy Bethan Evans, directed by Tessa Hart
Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your never-ending list of qualifications and work experience so that I may find it useful to me and rescue you from your childhood bedroom. That’s if I don’t go to one of the thousands of other maidens in your situation first. You get the picture.

The Snow White Complex by Tilly Lunken, directed by Kuba Drewa
Outside a cinema Rose, Sophie and Lilly wait for the next screening of Snow White. It’s not for a while; they are far too old for this really, and yet here they still are, by the door, clinging onto the twisted dregs of a fairytale.

Little Red Hoodie by Claire Booker, directed by Bradley Leech & Rebecca Hill
It’s dark, it stinks and it’s packed with victims. Can Hoodie, Gran and Aisha escape from the Wolf’s dark belly, or should they wait for the Woodcutter?

Website: http://www.GoblinBaby.com/retold
Running Time: 75 minutes
Twitter: @GoblinBabyCo#RETOLD
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GoblinBabyCo
Box Office Overview: http://www.goblinbaby.com/tickets

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