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Competition: NOW CLOSED – Ten Days In A Madhouse

Jack Studio Theatre: Win a pair of tickets for 14, 15 or 16 June

If you’ve never been to Jack Studio Theatre, or Brockley Jack (the name seems to change depending who you speak to), then you are missing a treat. This little pub theatre in South London is one of those hidden gems that people often overlook simply due to location. But it’s remarkably easy to get to really.

But a lovely theatre is only as good as the shows it puts on its stage. Luckily they always seem to deliver, and its a venue we’ve often given 4 and 5 star reviews to when we get along.

Which brings us nicely to our latest competition. So It Goes Theatre‘s Ten Days In A Madhouse will be performing at the venue from 14 June to 2 July. And we are in possession of a pair of tickets for any of the performances on the first three nights, being 14, 15 and 16 June. Entry is as easy as we can make it, which you can find out all about further below. First though, we should tell you about the show.

Ten Days In A Madhouse 

“I said I could, and I would. And I did.”

1887, New York. Reporter Nellie Bly, the pioneer of investigative journalism, fakes “insanity” and is admitted to an asylum to expose the treatment of its patients. Her report shocked the world and shone a light on those society had chosen to forget.

Ten Days in a Madhouse is a warning to us all – reminding us that true power is not measured by how institutions impose authority, but by the compassion they show, especially in moments of crisis.

From the award-nominated creative team that produced Moby Dick (awarded 4 stars by us), So it Goes Theatre brings Nellie Bly’s incredible true story to life with irreverent humour, immersive sound design and spectacular video design.

Wearing provided headphones, the audience will be transported inside the head of Nellie Bly as she undergoes a terrifying and life changing journey.

Tickets and General Information

The show runs from 14 June to 2 July. Tickets can be purchased directly from Jack Studio Theatre here.

Tickets are £16 or £14 concessions.

The show is suitable for ages 14 +

CAPTIONED PERFOMANCES: Wednesday 15, Saturday 18 & Wednesday 22 June.

How To Enter

We like to keep our competitions simple, so to enter all you need is be on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Just head on over via the below links, retweet/ share/ like as appropriate, and you’re in the prize draw. You can even enter by all three channels and so have three chances to win.

  • Twitter. Follow us on Twitter and retweet the competition post below.
  • Facebook. Like our Facebook page, share our competition post (click here) and leave a comment.
  • Instagram. Follow our Instagram account, like our competition post (click here) and leave a comment.

Terms & Conditions

The prize is for two tickets to a performance of Ten Days In A Madhouse at Jack Studio Theatre, for a perforemance on either 14, 15 or 16 June. No alternative dates or cash alternative is available.

Competition closes at 12am (noon) on 27 May 2022. Winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries, and will be notified by 5pm on the same day. The winner has one day to accept the prize, provide contact details and confirm which date they wish to attend, otherwise a new winner will be chosen at random.  All additional expenses are the responsibility of the prize winner. Editor’s decision is final.

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