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Win tickets to Alice in Wonderland on UK tour

Alice in Wonderland

This is your chance to win tickets to see Alice in Wonderland on its spring UK tour. To enter simply retweet one of our Alice in Wonderland competition tweets before 5pm on 5 February 2017 AND tell us what you would take to the Mad Hatter’s tea party. Imagination runs wild and logic is abandoned in this fantastical, larger-than-life musical brimming with nonsensical fun and excitement for the entire family. Follow Alice and the White Rabbit as they set off ...

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Win tickets to Journey’s End on UK tour

1 - Rory Fairbairn as Raleigh and company in Immersion Theatre's Journey's End

This is your chance to win tickets to see Journey’s End on UK tour. To enter, simply retweet one of our Journey’s End competition tweets by 5pm on 4th September 2016 AND name the town where you’d like to see the show (see venue list, below). Immersion Theatre presents Journey’s End R.C.Sherriff’s multi-award winning First World War masterpiece March 1918. “The war to end all wars”. Anxiety builds in Captain Stanhope’s claustrophobic dugout as the threat of an imminent German ...

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Win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz

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This is your chance to win one of two family tickets to see Immersion Theatre‘s open air adaptation of The Wizard of Oz on UK tour.  To enter simply retweet the tweet below, by 5pm on 26th June 2016 and tell us what you’d ask the Wizard. #COMPETITION: Chance to win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz on UK tour. Retweet by 5pm on 26.6.16 AND tell us what you'd ask the Wizard. — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) June 20, ...

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Measure for Measure, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

William ShakespeareDirected by James Tobias★★★★ Pros: A talented cast who are up to the challenge of Shakespeare’s verse; well-conceived set design; flashy dance numbers to enhance the experience; the plays themes remain incredibly relevant.Cons: I felt the play dragged in places and could have used a bit more energy. Occasionally the noise from the adjoining pub distracts from the play’s more subtle moments. Our Verdict: An excellent production of one of the Bard’s lesser-known plays. The play’s dark and sinister themes ...

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