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Competition: Win tickets to Elegy at Theatre503

Posted on 23 October 2012 Written by

AYT loves a good competition, and we also love the small but perfectly formed Theatre503 which is why we’re super excited to offer our readers the chance to get their hands on tickets to their latest show Elegy on Saturday 27th Oct.

Elegy
at Theatre503 until 3rd November

He had arrived. It was cold, so bitterly cold that he thought he’d never be warm again. They ask him why he left his country. They ask for dates, times, reasons – but it’s buried. They say he’s telling lies but that’s not what he’s doing. He has to think of everything again…

A compassionate and shocking analysis of the homophobic murders that take place in a ‘liberated’ Iraq regularly, Elegy is a poetic love letter to those who lost their lives from the viewpoint of one who got away. His is a moving and extraordinary story of unrequited love, loss and exile: a journey through a no-man’s land of empty train stations, border crossings and bomb-blasted towns.

www.theatre503.com 

Enter Our Competition:

To be in for a chance to get tickets to Elegy send an email to competition[at]ayoungertheatre.com with ELEGY COMPETITION in the subject line. Please include your name, contact telephone number and date of birth in the body of the email.

Tickets will be valid for the Saturday 27th Oct, 7.30pm performance, subject to availability. Tickets can not be exchanged for a cash alternative.

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