Don’t you love it when one of our favourite playwrights has a new play at one of the hottest London theatre venues, and then on top of that you could win yourself some free tickets for it? That’s what we think about Shivered by Philip Ridley at Southwark Playhouse … and that’s because we have some tickets to give away!

Win a pair of tickets to Shivered on Monday 12th March by entering our competition. Read the bottom of this page to find out how, but until then here is the official marketing blurb:

Shivered, Southwark PlayhouseTHE WORLD PREMIER OF

SHIVERED

by Philip Ridley

Director: Russell Bolam

‘We can’t all just be hurtling through nothing towards nowhere…can we?’

A young couple are moving into their new home. A soldier is being held hostage. Two boys are searching for monsters. All these things are connected by both family and time…But what story can be told when family and time are broken?

The new play by Philip Ridley – hot on the heels of his smash hit Tender Napalm – marks yet another change of direction for this maverick and ground breaking playwright. Covering over twelve years, it unpicks the story of two families and then re-weaves it into something new and startling. Seven people, one war, a risky romance and mysterious lights in the sky…all come together in the Essex new-town of Draylingstowe, where the view from green hills once offered hope and prosperity for all.

Ridley is a visionary.’ – Rolling Stone

 

Enter Our Competition:
For your chance to win tickets to the Monday 12th March performance of Shivered simply email competition@ayoungertheatre.com with your name, location and date of birth. It’s that simple!

By entering our competition you agree that your email address will be added to the A Younger Theatre mailing list. A Younger Theatre does not pass on your details to anyone else. This competition is subject to availability on tickets and may not be exchanged for a cash alternative or another prize. A Younger Theatre and Southwark Playhouse have the right to change or remove the competition without warning.