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Competition: Win tickets to Young Frankenstein – Mel Brooks’ hilarious monster musical

A scene from Young Frankenstein. Photo: Manuel Harlan A scene from Young Frankenstein. Photo: Manuel Harlan
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Legendary filmmaker and comedian Mel Brooks brings his classic monster musical comedy Young Frankenstein to life on stage in an all-singing, all-dancing musical collaboration with Tony-award winning Broadway director and choreographer Susan Stroman.

Grandson of the infamous Victor Frankenstein, Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (pronounced ‘Fronk-en-steen’) inherits a castle in Transylvania leading him to fulfill his grandfather’s legacy by bringing a corpse back to life. With help and hindrance from hunchback henchman Igor, buxom assistant Inga and needy fiancee Elizabeth, his experiment yields madcap success and monstrous consequences.

Starring Hadley Fraser, Lesley Joseph, Cory English, Dianne Pilkington and Summer Strallen

To win a pair of tickets to see Young Frankenstein at London’s Garrick Theatre, go to thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put MONSTER in the code box. Entries close at midnight on April 15.

To book tickets and for more information go to  0330 333 4811

Booking until Saturday September 29 2018. Tickets From £20. Show Times Monday – Saturday, 7.30pm, Wednesday and Saturday, 2.30pm

Competition terms and conditions apply. All prizes are subject to availability for any Monday to Thursday until 30 May. The winner will be contacted with details on how to claim their prize. Certain black out dates apply.

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