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Win tickets to see Romeo and Juliet! – Closed

Good news theatre fans: we’re giving away some free theatre tickets again!

This time, we’ve teamed up with Hiraeth Artistic Productions to give you a chance to win two tickets to see their production of Romeo and Juliet at The Gatehouse in Highgate, London. The tickets are valid for any performance between 6-10 February 2013. 
As always with our competitions, there are absolutely no catches. We’re not going to sell your data to any third parties and we’re not going to put you on a mailing list. It’s all just for fun!
You’ll have to fill out our funky form and answer a really easy question! 
The competition closes at MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAY 3RD FEBRUARY 2013! The winner will be selected at random and contacted on Monday 4th February!

Its been 40 years since The Who released their rock opera ‘Quadrophenia’ and the band are celebrating by touring it around the UK this summer. Hiraeth Artistic Productions are celebrating in their own unique way with their Quadrophenia Meets Shakespeare take on the world’s most famous love story.

Set in the fraught days following the violent confrontation between Mod and Rocker crowds on the shores of Brighton in 1964, tensions between the children of two powerful families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are running high.

In the midst of the conflict, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet’s eyes meet for the first time; it is a glance that will not only radically change the course of their lives, but alter the face of Brighton forever.

Bathed in 60’s music, politics and culture, Romeo and Juliet is a comedically sumptuous and emotionally tumultuous exploration of the human heart and the extremes we will go to in the name of hate and love!

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