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Win tickets to Never Mind The Botox! – Closed

Is it technically spring now? Who cares when there is another pair of theatre tickets to be won!

We’re delighted to have teamed up with the Thundermaker Productions to bring you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to their latest production, Never Mind The Botox at the White Bear Theatre. The tickets are redeemable for any of the performances between 10-16 March 2014, subject to availability.

As always with our competitions, there are no catches – you simply complete the entry form below by 6.00pm on Sunday 9th March 2014 and you’ll be entered into our prize draw. If you’re the lucky winner you’ll hear from us the next day. It really is that simple!

Sadly, this competition is now closed, thanks for entering!


Dad wants a hair transplant to get back in touch with his youth. Mum wants a facelift to get him back in touch with her. Amy wants to know why Tim dumped her just as they were getting intimate and Tim wants a penis extension so next time he won’t have to. The surgery manager Crisitina wants to be the biggest thing in plastic surgery and her husband, surgeon Tomek, wants to be a vet.

A cut above the average farce, Never Mind The Botox is the only comedy that has both the audience and the cast in stitches.

Never Mind The Botox is a modern day farce set in a dubious cost cutting cosmetic surgery clinic over the course of a few days, the play explores the world of self-enhancing surgery and the offbeat comical relationships between the people who for one reason or another decide to put themselves in such a setting. It also examines the age old adage of whether beauty is really more than skin deep.

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