Competition: Win tickets to see Three Days in the Country at the National Theatre
A handsome new tutor brings reckless, romantic desire to an eccentric household. Over three days one summer the young and the old will learn lessons in love: first love and forbidden love, maternal love and platonic love, ridiculous love and last love. The love left unsaid and the love which must out.
Ivan Turgenev’s passionate, moving comedy, A Month in the Country, has been a source of inspiration for films, a ballet and the plays of Chekhov. It’s presented here in a new version by Patrick Marber whose work includes Closer and The Red Lion – playing in the Dorfman from 3 June. Three Days in the Country stars John Simm (Life on Mars and Mad Dogs) and Mark Gatiss (The League of Gentlemen and Game of Thrones) and runs at the National Theatre until 21 October 21.
For more information and to book tickets, visit nationaltheatre.org.uk or call 020 7452 3000.
To win a pair of tickets to see Three Days in the Country at the National Theatre, London, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the title of the show in the subject line. Entries close at midnight on August 2.
Terms and Conditions: Tickets valid Monday – Thursday performances until August 17. Subject to availability. Non transferable. No cash alternative. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the prize winner. Not for resale.
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