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Competition: Win tickets to see Pig Farm at St James Theatre

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From the award-winning author of Urinetown The Musical comes a dark new farce!

Life on the farm is hard. Under a pot-bellied sky, Tom and Tina, with just the help of hired hand Tim, are struggling for survival and it’s taking its toll. Troubles simmer dangerously as they search for solace, then gun-toting Teddy arrives and things go from bad to worse.

Pig Farm is a hilarious tale of regular folk, human sludgery and the American dream dragged through the mud.

Pig Farm stars Dan Fredenburgh (Bang, Bang, Bang at Royal Court and The Bourne Ultimatum), Erik Odom (Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and Sons of the Prophet at Blank Theatre, Los Angeles), Charlotte Parry (Bridge Project at Old Vic, The Colby Sisters at Tricycle) and Stephen Tompkinson (Spamalot, West End and DCI Banks)

“Disgustingly Funny” – Variety

Pig Farm is at St James Theatre, London from October 21 to November 21. To book tickets and for more information go to www.pigfarmlondon.com

For your chance to win a pair of tickets to Pig Farm, email your name with ‘Pig Farm’ in the subject line to info@thestage.co.uk. Entries close on October 18 at midnight.

Terms and conditions: Tickets are subject to availability and non-transferable. Travel is not included. Excludes 28th October.

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