Thanks to our friends at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, we have another great competition. Their studio Season comes to a close soon with the stunning dance piece Love And War - and we have a pair of tickets to give away for opening night.
Mark Bruce presents his striking new work using theatre-in-the-round to plunge audiences into the depth of a dreamlike underworld where reality and time illustrates the twin forces of nature: love and war. With a soundtrack that includes Sparklehorse, The White Stripes and Queens of the Stone Age, Love And War sees characters from legend, rock stars, mythical gods and warriors jostle with contemporary cheerleaders and homecoming queens in a violently charged, highly physical dance piece.
Love and War is performed by a seven strong company that comprises some of the best dance artists from the contemporary dance scene, who have worked with almost every major company in the UK including Rambert, DV8, Random Dance and Adventures in Motion Pictures. The show runs from 1 - 3 July and there are more details here.
What’s on Stage Northwest and The Royal Exchange are offering one lucky winner a pair of tickets to see Love and War at the Royal Exchange Theatre Studio, Manchester on Friday, 2nd July at 7.30pm.
Please note that any
entries without the answer, or your name will not be drawn. Email your answer and name to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the heading Love and War comp.
Good Luck!The winners will be notified by email.
Terms and Conditions:
Tickets cannot be exchanged for any other dates. Only one entry per household/email account please, as multiple entries will be deleted. Also, please ensure that you are free to attend on Fri 2nd July at 7.30pm and state the answer, and your name. We cannot offer alternative dates or times, should your plans change and also note this is unreserved seating. Spamming entries will be deleted and please note that travel is not provided. The competition closes on Tues 29th June at 12pm and winners will be emailed.
Thanks and Good Luck!