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Competition: Win tickets to Gargantua or Children of Killers, part of National Theatre Connections

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National Theatre Connections: June 28 – July 4

The National Theatre’s Connections festival celebrates the talent and passion of young theatre-makers.

This year we mark the 21st anniversary of Connections. 500 youth theatre companies and 10,000 young people from every corner of the UK, worked with 45 partner theatres, and performed twelve outstanding plays drawn from the 150 commissioned by the NT since the festival began. 12 of these companies perform at the National Theatre festival.

The result is an unforgettable feast of theatre made by and for young people.

We’re offering you the chance to win a pair of tickets to either Children of Killers written by Katori Hall or Gargantua written by Carl Grose, which will be performed at 7pm and 8.30pm respectively, 4 July, in the Olivier Theatre.

For the chance to win a pair of tickets to either show, go to www.thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and CONNECTIONS in the code box. Entries close at midnight on June 23.

Terms and conditions: Tickets will be available to collect from the box office on the day of performance. Subject to availability. Non transferable. No cash alternative. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the prize winner.

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