Win Tickets to the CATS Awards
Date: 7 June 2009
The annual celebration of the Critics’ Awards For Theatre In Scotland (CATS) will visit Edinburgh this year for the first time. Founded in 2003 by Scotland’s top theatre critics, the awards are made across ten categories from Best Actor and Actress to Best Production Of The Year, and are designed to celebrate all that’s most exciting in theatre made here in Scotland. The party, on Sunday 14 June includes a glittering awards ceremony with guest star presenter in the Festival Theatre auditorium, as well as drinks, snacks, music, and celebration in the Johnnie Walker Bar.
We have one pair of tickets to the ceremony at 5.30pm on Sunday 14 June 2009 at Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre to give away.
HOW TO WIN:
What does 'CATS' stand for? Please email your full name, home-town and answer with the heading ‘CATS Comp’ to email@example.com by the closing date of Friday 12th June 2009. The winners will be notified by email on Saturday 13 May 2009.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Tickets cannot be exchanged for any other dates. Only one entry per household please (this includes email addresses) and please note that multiple entries will be deemed void. Also, please ensure that you are free to attend on Sunday 14 June 2009, before entering. Unfortunately, we cannot offer any alternative dates, should your plans change. Please also note that travel is not provided and WOS Scotland cannot be held responsible if our email is filtered as junk by your server, therefore please check the site for winners names also. The Theatre does not release specific winning seat numbers. Thanks and Good Luck!
- by Joseph Pike
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