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Win tickets to see Blood Wedding! – Closed

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

We’ve teamed up with Hiraeth Artistic Productions again to give you a chance to win two tickets to see their production of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding at the Waterloo East Theatre, London. The tickets are valid for any performance between 12th June – 7th July 2013, subject to availability.

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 MONDAY 10TH JUNE 2013. The winner will be selected at random and contacted on Tuesday 11th June 2013.

Choose will. Choose fate. Choose honour. Choose disgrace. Choose life. Choose death… Choose…

Spain, 1931, a feud between families is set to be appeased by a marriage of good means. But in the heat of the Andalusian countryside, a young girl, bound by her societal duty to matrimony, perilously wrestles with her instinct, setting into motion a rampant trail of retribution, surrealism and revenge which will culminate in an irretrievably brutal climax. Will she consummate her marriage, or will she run with another?
Love, lust and betrayal abound in Federico Garcia Lorca’s surreal masterpiece Blood Wedding.
From the company that created the critically acclaimed Titus Andronicus ****, A Life in the Theatre **** and Romeo & Juliet ***** comes a sensual and violently provocative envisioning of one of Spain’s most infamous plays.

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