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Competition: Win tickets to Killing Time at the Park Theatre

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Hester is determined to live her last days to the full. Even if it kills her…

Inspired by an original composition by Brigit Forsyth, which she will play live among a feast of cello classics and written by her daughter Zoe Mills, the pair star in this hilarious and irreverent brand new comedy – exploring inspiration, music, life and the right to die.

With an ingenious mix of live cello, projection and soundscape, Killing Time moves, amuses and provokes fresh thought on the most searching question we all may face: if you could leave the world your very last words… what would you say?

Brigit Forsyth has extensive television and stage credits including the BBC sitcom Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads and can currently be seen in Still Open all Hours.

‘Funny, thought-provoking, powerful theatre – go and see this play’ English Touring Theatre

Killing Time is at the Park Theatre, London from February 7-March 4

For your chance to win tickets to Killing Time at the Park Theatre, go to www.thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put TIME in the code box. Entries close at midnight on February 5.

Terms and conditions: Tickets are subject to availability, non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered.

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