Win VIP tickets for 'The Pride' and champagne afternoon tea

You could win tickets to see the critically acclaimed play and enjoy a sparkling afternoon tea

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One lucky winner will win four VIP tickets (including interval drinks and programmes) to see multi award-winning 'The Pride', plus champagne afternoon tea for four people at the Haymarket Hotel. Eight runners-up will win a pair of premium tickets to see 'The Pride.'


Following on from the critically acclaimed productions of 'Macbeth' and 'The Hothouse', as part of a thrilling season at Trafalgar Studios, 'The Pride' stars Hayley Atwell ('Captain America', 'Life of Crime', 'The Faith Machine') and Mathew Horne ('Gavin and Stacey') in a brand new revival of the Royal Court hit.

Directed by Jamie Lloyd, 'The Pride' tells the story of Philip, Oliver and Sylvia who exist in a complex love triangle which spans over half a century. Alternating between 1958 and 2013, 'The Pride' examines changing attitudes to sexuality, looking at intimacy, identity and the courage it takes to be who you really are. Click here to read Time Out's four star review.

In addition to the play, one winner will get to take a party of four to Brumus at the Haymarket Hotel, where they'll be treated to a champagne afternoon tea, including sandwiches, cakes and a glass of bubbly each.

Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition closes September 20 2013. Prizes are valid for Tuesday to Thursday performances until October 17 2013, subject to availability. No cash alternative.

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16 comments
Joselyn
Joselyn

Would love to see Hayley live!

susan young
susan young

Never mind the champagne, is there chocolate cake?

keelyd
keelyd

mmm champagne :)

Daisy
Daisy

Hayley - very talented guildhall trained actress

Daisy
Daisy

Hayley - Very talented guildhall trained actress

Kay Overton
Kay Overton

Just love Hayley Atwell - she never fails to deliver a brilliant performance

Brill
Brill

Captain Fantastic