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Credit: The Royal Court
Credit: The Royal Court

Win tickets to Teh Internet is Serious Business! – Closed

This week we’re giving away a pair of tickets to The Royal Court’s latest offering no less! Enter now.

We’re delighted to bring you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to The Royal Court’s production of Teh Internet Is Serious Business, a fictional account of the true story of Anonymous and LulzSec by Tim Price. The tickets are valid for any Tuesday – Saturday performance until 18 October 2014, subject to availability. Naturally, you can’t transfer or exchange the tickets, and we won’t be offering a cash alternative!

As always with our competitions, there are no catches – you simply complete the entry form below by 6.00pm on 29 August 2014 and you’ll be entered into our prize draw. If you’re the lucky winner you’ll hear from us a few days later. It really is that simple!

Sorry, this competition is now closed!

ABOUT TEH INTERNET IS SERIOUS BUSINESS

“We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.”

Tim Price, author of Protest Song about the Occupy movement and National Theatre Wales’ The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning continues his interrogation of contemporary revolutions.

A 16-year-old London schoolboy and an 18-year-old recluse in Shetland meet online, pick a fight with the FBI and change the world forever.

Tim Price gets behind the code with the original Anonymous members and creates an anarchic retelling of the birth of hacktivism. A fictional account of the true story of Anonymous and LulzSec, the collective swarm who took on the most powerful capitalist forces from their bedrooms.

Performance Dates: 17 September – 25 October 2014
Venue: The Royal Court Theatre, 50-51 Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8AS
Box Office: 020 7565 5000
Website: www.royalcourttheatre.com

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