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Competition: Win Tickets to The Beloved at The Drayton Arms Theatre

Posted on 17 April 2014 by Lucia Genziani

We’ve got two pairs of tickets to giveaway to the opening night of Chantelle Dusette’s The Beloved at Drayton Arms Theatre on 22 April. Skip the blurb for details on how to enter the competition.

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by Chantelle Dusette
directed by Niall Phillips
The Drayton Arms Theatre
22 – 26 April

Jeremy Montague is in hospital fighting for his life.

Anna Montague guilt ridden awaits her husband’s fate.

A visitor arrives.

“I’ve wrestled with this moment, uncertain of what I’ll do, thinking I know what to expect but of course that isn’t true.”

 

Cast :
Katharine Blackshaw
Greg Patmore
Michael Lyle

More information and tickets via The Drayton Arms Theatre website, or visit the Facebook page.

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Tickets are for the opening night of The Beloved on Tuesday 22 April, subject to availability. Competition closes at 5pm on Sunday 20 April. By entering this competition you agree to be added to the A Younger Theatre E-Newsletter.

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Competition: Win Tickets to The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance at Park Theatre

Posted on 15 April 2014 by Lucia Genziani

It’s pistols at dawn with this AYT competition to win a pair of tickets to The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, the first ever staging of one of the greatest tales from the American West. Skip the blurb for details on how to enter.

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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Park Theatre
14 May – 22 June

When a young scholar from New York City travels west in search of a new life he arrives beaten and half-dead on the dusty streets of Twotrees. Rescued from the plains, the town soon becomes his home as he finds the love of a local girl. But is it enough to save him from the vicious outlaw who wants him dead?

Based on the short story by the award winning Western fiction author Dorothy M. Johnson and adapted and directed by celebrated theatre-maker Jethro Compton, co-founder of Belt Up Theatre Company.

More information and tickets via the Park Theatre website.

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Prize tickets are redeemable between 14-28 May, subject to availability. Competition closes at 5pm on Friday 9 May. By entering this competition you agree to be added to the A Younger Theatre E-Newsletter.

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Competition: Win Tickets to The Object of My Affection at The Shaw Theatre

Posted on 15 April 2014 by Lucia Genziani

Love dance? Then you’re in for a treat with this competition. We’ve teamed up with MurleyDance to bring you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the opening performance of their Spring 2014 Tour, The Object of My Affection, at The Shaw Theatre. Sound good? Skip the blurb to find out how to enter the competition.

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The Object of My Affection
by MurleyDance
The Shaw Theatre
27 April

The Object of My Affection is the world premiere of three new works that explore our relationships with objects.

From both upcoming and established choreographers, each dance piece explores the emotional attachments we form with our possessions, ranging from trinkets and treasures, to technology and chairs.

Which would we hate to lose more, the phone we rely on every day or our grandmother’s ring that never leaves its box? Why does a throne hold so much power? And can you form an attachment to a person you may never meet?

The Object of my Affection opens at The Shaw Theatre in London on 27 April, before touring.

More information and tickets via the MurleyDance website, or click here for a sneak preview of the rehearsals.

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Prize tickets are valid for the 7.30pm performance on Sunday 27 April and are subject to availability. Competition closes at 5pm on Monday 21 April. By entering this competition you agree to be added to the A Younger Theatre E-Newsletter.

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Competition: Win Tickets to Uncle Vanya at Wyndham’s Theatre

Posted on 15 April 2014 by Lucia Genziani

Fancy winning tickets to see Andrei Konchalovsky’s production of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya? Well, it couldn’t be easier with this AYT competition. Win a pair of tickets to the performance on 23 April at Wyndham’s Theatre. Skip the blurb for details on how to enter.

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The internationally renowned film/theatre director, producer and screenwriter Andrei Konchalovsky will transfer his productions of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya & Three Sisters from Moscow’s Mossovet State Academic Theatre to London’s Wyndham’s Theatre between 23 April and 3 May 2014.

Feeding an increasing appetite for international theatre in London, with extended seasons of Russian Ballet at the Coliseum and a growing number of foreign language productions in the West End, Uncle Vanya & Three Sisters will be performed in their original Russian with English surtitles. Andrei Konchalovsky has used the same setting and cast for both productions, drawing on the striking similarities between Chekhov’s two most celebrated plays.

Speaking about transferring both productions to London Andrei Konchalovsky said:

“I am delighted to be bringing these two Russian productions to London’s West End. No matter how many times you appeal to Chekhov, he is inexhaustible. Every time his work is seen on stage, you find something unnoticed, inexperienced and undiscovered”

Uncle Vanya/Three Sisters
Wyndham’s Theatre
23 April – 3 May

More information and tickets via the Delfont Mackintosh website.

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Prize is valid for 23 April performance of Uncle Vanya. Tickets are subject to availability. Prize is as stated and cannot be transferred or exchanged. No cash alternative will be offered. Competition closes at 5pm on Sunday 20 April. By entering this competition you agree to be added to the A Younger Theatre E-Newsletter.

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