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Win a Pair of Tickets to Ex Libris Macabre

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Ex Libris Macabre

Photography supplied by Little Jade Productions

Little Jade Productions are offering a pair of tickets for their new show, Ex Libris Macabre, at Theatre Delicatessen, Marylebone Gardens, for either Monday, 17th December or Tuesday, 18th December. The performance starts at 8pm on both nights.

This evening of dark fairytales, spooky stories and sinister songs will chill you to the bone. Featuring old favourites such as Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven and modern classics such as Florence and the Machine's My Boy Builds Coffins, the immersive and elegant show provides fresh twists on them all.

So, if you're sick of traditional panto and want something a little different this festive season, read on for details of how to enter our competition. If you're unlucky, fear not, you can still books tickets via Ticket Source.

For your chance to win a pair for Ex Libris Macabre on either Monday, 17th December or Tuesday, 18th December, simply answer the following question:

Ex Libris Macabre

Photography supplied by Little Jade Productions

Who wrote the poem The Raven?

  1. William Shakespeare
  2. Edgar Allan Poe
  3. Philip Larkin

Make sure you're following us on Twitter, @vftg_uk then e-mail us with your full name, phone number, Twitter handle and preferred date of either Monday, 17th December or Tuesday, 18th December.

The competition closes on Sunday, 16th December, at 12 noon, when a winner will be chosen at random. Entries after the closing date will not be considered and only one entry per person will be allowed. The prize is non-transferable, travel is not included and no cash alternative will be offered. We reserve the right to close this competition early or extend the deadline. We also promise to take very good care of your personal information and use it only for the purposes of processing your entry into this competition.

Good luck!



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