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Win tickets to Birdphobia!

We’ve got an Easter treat for you this week! Enter now.

We’re delighted to be able to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Birdphobia, a new surreal play from Vertebra Theatre Company playing at The Space, London. The tickets are valid for any performance from 14-19 April 2015, subject to availability. Tickets are not transferable, and sadly we won’t be paying for your travel!

As always with our competitions, there are no catches – you simply complete the entry form below by 6.00pm on 3 April 2015, 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!

ABOUT BIRDPHOBIA

‘Some people are like pigeons, others are like statues. It makes no difference whether you are the Statue of Liberty or one of the Caryatids. It doesn’t matter whether you are a Rodin or Botero. Pigeons will sooner or later poo on you. Oh, yes, on you! And not just once!’

Vertebra Theatre Company returns to The Space Theatre with a new surreal play (World premiere).

Birdphobia is a bitter-sweet story about mother-daughter relationship. A non-ordinary modern family with a control freak mother, obsessed with statues and pigeons, a homeless father, ex-hunter and an artist daughter, try to explore family dynamics. Some of them are free like birds and others static as statues. But in Birdphobia’s absurd world the statues can walk and the birds don’t know how to fly.

Writer and Director: Eirini Dermitzaki
Devising Cast: Sofia Calmicova, Carlos Lourenzo, Mayra Stergiou, Charmaine Wombwell
Venue: Space Theatre, 269 Westferry Road, London E14 3RS
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vertebrarts
Booking Link: https://space.org.uk/event- booking/?event=birdphobia
Box Office: 020 7515 7799

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