|Alice Bell part one of The Catastrophe Trilogy|
Win! The Catastrophe Trilogy tickets at the Royal Exchange
Date: 2 April 2010
This competition is now closed and the winner has been emailed.
Manchester is known for its big productions, but it's also known for great fringe theatre. Check out the Studio Season at the Royal Exchange for further details. We have one pair of tickets to see The Catastrophe Trilogy, which runs at the RE in from 22- 24 April.
The Catastrophe Trilogy is a unique collection of works by an ever-surprising international ensemble.
Alice Bell (22 April)
A fictional character born into a fictional conflict, Alice seeks happiness in a divided land, finding love and companionship but at a terrible cost. Part DIY musical, part fairy-tale, Alice Bell offers a portrait of life as an act of hope, life as something to sing and dance about.
Daniel Hit By A Train (23 April)
Inspired by a Victorian collection of 53 true stories about people losing their lives in the act of saving another, this tells each tragedy in turn, in all their comedic, vaudevillian glory.
The Festival (24 April)
Continuing the company's playful approach to storytelling, narrative and song, The Festival presents an episode in the life of a character where chance and coincidence leave an indelible mark.
You can see all three shows for £18 via the Royal Exchange website. Or you can enter our competition to win two tickets to see part one: Alice Bell on 22nd April.
What’s on Stage Northwest and The Royal Exchange are offering one lucky winner a pair of tickets to see The Catastrophe Trilogy (Alice Bell) at the Royal Exchange Studio, Manchester on Thursday, 22nd April at 7.30pm. Simply answer the question below and email us the answer along with your name.
HOW TO WIN:
What is the third part of the trilogy called which is showing on 24th April? Email your answer and name to: email@example.com with the heading 'Catastrophe comp.'
The Catastrophe Trilogy is suitable for age 13+
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 Thurs, 22nd April at 7.30pm and state the answer to the question. Please not we cannot exchange tickets should your plans change. Travel is not provided. The competition closes on Friday, 16th April at 12pm (any late entries will not be drawn) and the winner will be emailed.
Thanks and Good Luck!
- by Glenn Meads
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