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Competition: Win tickets to James Freedman: Man of Steal, at the Trafalgar Studios

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By the time you’ve read this ‘The World’s No 1 Pickpocket’ (Time Out) could have stolen the most valuable thing you own. It’s time to learn how the bad guys really work.

You can’t afford to miss this show!

Due to huge demand following a sell-out season at the Menier Chocolate Factory James Freedman: Man of Steal has transferred to the Trafalgar Studios for just 44 performances until July 4.

Funny and fast-fingered, his unique and extraordinary show Man of Steal exposes the street crime underworld, sharing a life-time spent studying hustlers, thieves and con-men.

Hailed a genius in his field by Derren Brown, stealth-crime expert James Freedman is the only man to have picked the pockets of the Mayor of London, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Governor of the Bank of England. No wonder then that his hands have been insured for £1 million…

‘It blew my mind’ Dynamo

To book tickets call the Menier Chocolate Factory box office on 020 7378 1713 or book online at http://bit.ly/1FC6aMl 

For your chance to win one of three pairs of tickets email info@thestage.co.uk with your name and the title of the show in the subject line. Entries close at midnight on June 7.

James Freedman: Man of Steal runs until July 4 at Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY

Terms and conditions: Three readers will win a pair of tickets to see James Freedman: Man of Steal, valid for Monday to Thursday performances until June 25, subject to availability. No cash alternative. Travel not included.

 

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