Competition: Win a Pinter at the Pinter bundle, including tickets, books and a film at the BFI
To mark the 10th anniversary of Harold Pinter’s death the BFI have teamed up with The Jamie Lloyd Company and Faber and Faber to offer this wonderful bundle of goodies.
Two stalls tickets to the explosive opening of the Jamie Lloyd Company’s extraordinary West End season celebrating Harold Pinter. The winner will see four short plays in one evening: One for the Road, New World Order, Mountain Language and Ashes to Ashes.
Cast includes Paapa Essiedu, Kate O’Flynn, Jonjo O’Neill, Antony Sher and Maggie Steed – with direction from Jamie Lloyd and Lia Williams. Further shows in the season — which celebrates the legacy of the Nobel prize-winning British writer on the 10th anniversary of his death — star Danny Dyer, Celia Imrie, Martin Freeman, Tamsin Greig, Jane Horrocks, Gary Kemp, David Suchet and Russell Tovey. More info and season passes available at: www.pinteratthepinter.com
Two tickets to a film and event of your choice in the BFI’s Pinter On Screen: Power, Sex and Politics season this August. Highlights include Harold Pinter: Art, Truth & Politics + Pinter’s Politics: a panel discussion with documentary activist John Pilger, director Jamie Lloyd and cast, chaired by Michael Billington, plus rare screenings of Pinter’s adaptations such as The Comfort of Strangers and The Handmaid’s Tale.
And finally a bundle of literary classics courtesy of Faber and Faber — one of the world’s great publishing houses — whose list of authors includes 13 Nobel laureates and six Booker prizewinners. Titles include Harold Pinter by Michael Billington (the curator of the BFI’s season), Moonlight, The Caretaker, A Slight Ache and The Birthday Party.
To win a pair of tickets to the opening night of the Pinter at the Pinter season, a film at the BFI of your choice and a Pinter bundle from Faber and Faber, go to thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put PINTER in the code box. Entries close at midnight on August 30.
Terms and conditions: Prize not transferable, non-refundable. Travel not included. No cash alternative. By entering the competition you agree to your contact details being passed securely to a third party who will only use them for the purpose of this competition and to your name being published in The Stage newspaper.
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