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Time Out Card competition: Win tickets to an Audrey Hepburn exhibition and exclusive film screening

We've got 30 pairs of tickets to give away

Audrey Hepburn (detail) photographed by Norman Parkinson, 1955 © Norman Parkinson Ltd/Courtesy Norman Parkinson Archive

She was one of the world's most glamorous and most photographed stars. From her early career as a chorus girl in London's West End to her Hollywood heyday and philanthropic work in her later years, Audrey Hepburn's life as a twentieth-century icon is beautifully illustrated in must-see exhibition 'Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an icon', which includes some rarely seen prints from top photographers. 

Time Out Cardholders will have the opportunity to explore the exhibition in a private out-of-hours view before watching her shine as the effortlessly stylish Holly Golightly in a pop-up screening of 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'. courtesy of Rooftop Film Club, at the National Portrait Gallery. This event takes place on Monday July 20. 

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Sharon G

I would be delighted to win these tickets.  I am an Audrey fan for all my life.  Have watched her movies over and over and even attended the recent Albert Hall showing of Breakfast at Tiffany's which was an amazing evening.  She was such an Icon for her time and continues to endure even in the hectic times we live in. 

Thank you and look forward to hearing from you.

Sharon G

marian P

i love audrey hepburn, a real star, who knew how to shine within that her essence shined subtly without,

she cared for people and children all over the world, and helped them through unisef, the charity that helps children in countrys torn apart by war, she herself went through much hardship as a child in the 2nd world war. and saw for herself what poverty and despair did couse, thats why she helped so many in her life, a true angel, i feel i loved her so much, not only because of her clasical style but her humane heart, god bless her, and may her goodness be an example to the rest of mankind now,,,