Saturday, 7 February 2015

Competition: Win a pair of tickets to Ah, Wilderness! at the Young Vic!

The Young Vic have just announced their hotly anticipated new season (click here for full details) and to celebrate we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to the first show; Ah, Wilderness!

To enter the competition, simply sign up to West End Frame's mailing list below. The winner will be randomly selected at 10am on Friday 20th February 2015 (entries after this time will not be included). The prize is valid 14th April – 23rd May, excluding weekend performances.

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Eugene O’Neill’s warmest, most delightful play is a funny and authentic portrait of a Connecticut childhood - complete with moonlit beaches, firecrackers, booze and a powerfully dark undertow.

Over Independence Day weekend, teenager Richard Miller navigates young love in his idyllic home town. A staple in the US but rarely seen in the UK, O’Neill’s prelude to A Long Day’s Journey into Night is an essential part of the life’s work of this most innovative of American playwrights.

With Janie Dee (Noises Off, NSFW) and George MacKay (Pride, Sunshine on Leith), directed by Natalie Abrahami following her acclaimed production of Happy Days.

Ah, Wilderness!
14 April – 23 May

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Terms and conditions apply. Prize is valid 14 April – 23 May. Excludes weekend performances. Subject to availability. Prize is as stated and cannot be transferred or exchanged.


2 comments:

  1. Your subscription service does not work sadly

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    1. Hi Rob,

      There aren't problems at the moment and plenty of people are entering successfully. Please email any queries to contact@westendframe.com and a member of the team will get back to you! Thanks.

      All the best,
      Andrew

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