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Win tickets to see Miss Nightingale the Musical at The Vaults

This is your chance to win tickets to see Miss Nightingale the Musical at The Vaults. To enter simply retweet one of our Miss Nightingale competition tweets before 5pm on 26 March 2017 AND tell us what you’d miss most if WW2-style rationing returned.

Eight-Week London Run for Miss Nightingale the Musical at The Vaults, Spring 2017

Miss Nightingale is set in London during 1942. A smoky, underground cabaret club opens in the heart of a war-torn city. As a saucy new singer is thrust into the spotlight, two men struggle to bring their love out of the shadows.

A deeply touching and raucously funny tale of prejudice, passion and debauchery during the dark days of World War Two. Miss Nightingale brings the scandals, satire, and spunky spirit of the Forties sensationally to life.

Miss Nightingale uses saucy humour and gripping drama to celebrate a woman’s fight for self-empowerment whilst shining a spotlight on the forgotten fate of gay men labelled ‘the enemy within’ during the Second World War. Set against ‘Miss Nightingale’s’ troubled rise to fame is the romance between the men in her life — George, a Jewish refugee composer, and Sir Frank, an upper-class impresario — at a time when society refuses to recognise their love and violently rejects their right to be together.

Booking details
Venue:
The Vaults Theatre, Leake Street, London, SE1 7NN
Dates: Thursday 30 March to Saturday 20 May (excluding Sundays and Mondays)
Time: 7:30pm (and a Saturday matinee at 2:30pm)
Box Office: https://www.thevaults.london/miss-nightingale
Tickets: Between £15 and £50

Terms & conditions
Winner will be selected at random from all entries. Competition closes at 5pm on 26 March 2017. Winner receives a pair of tickets to see Miss Nightingale the Musical at The Vaults. Tickets to be collected at the box office with no cash alternative. Tickets are subject to availability and are not transferable or exchangeable. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the prizewinner. Editor’s decision is final.

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