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Competition: Win tickets to see F Murray Abraham in The Mentor at the Vaudeville Theatre

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Academy award winner, Hollywood legend and star of hit TV series Homeland, F Murray Abraham plays Benjamin Rubin, a cantankerous old writer, whiskey aficionado and pedant, still basking in the reflected glory of long-ago success. Martin Wegner is a rising young literary star, heralded as “The voice of his generation”.

When the two of them meet, two huge egos clash in this perceptive and compelling comedy about art and artists and the legacy of fame.

**** ‘Deftly translated by Christopher Hampton. Daniel Weyman…brilliant. A sprinkle of Homeland stardust’ Daily Mail

The critically acclaimed The Mentor is playing at the Vaudeville Theatre on the Strand until 2 September.

To book your tickets (from £19.50) call 0330 333 4814 or visit Nimaxtheatres.com

To win a pair of tickets to The Mentor go to www.thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put MENTOR in the code box. Entries close at midnight on July 9.

Running time: 90 minutes. No interval. Age recommendation: 12+

Terms and conditions: Four winners will receive a pair of tickets to see The Mentor at the Vaudeville Theatre, valid for Monday to Thursday performances until 24 August and subject to availability. No cash alternative available. Travel and accommodation not included.

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