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Competition: Win tickets to see Jennifer Saunders in Lady Windermere’s Fan

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Last chance to see Kathy Burke’s ‘gloriously funny’ (Broadway World) revival of Lady Windermere’s Fan. Must end on April 7.

Inspired by the ‘superb’ Samantha Spiro (Guardian) and ‘dashingly funny’ Kevin Bishop (The Times), ‘Jennifer Saunders steals the show’ (Sunday Times), leading a ‘roster of excellent performances’ (Daily Express), including the ‘spellbinding’ Grace Molony (London Theatre) as Lady Windermere.

‘You’d be mad to miss it!’ (Telegraph).

Lady Windermere’s Fan review at Vaudeville Theatre, London – ‘Jennifer Saunders is scene-stealing’

The Oscar Wilde season continues with highly anticipated productions of TheSelfish Gianta new folk opera (April 10 – 14); An Ideal Husband (April 20 – July 14); and The Importance of Being Earnest (July 20 – October 20). Tickets are now on sale.

The Oscar Wilde season rolls elegantly on. Don’t miss out!

★★★★ ‘Hilarious’ – The Times

★★★★ ‘Inspired’ – Independent

★★★★ ‘Absolutely Fan-ulous’ – Metro

★★★★ ‘Gloriously funny’ – Broadway World

★★★★ ‘Excellent’ – Daily Express

★★★★ The Times, Independent, Metro, The Stage, Daily Express, Morning Star, Broadway World, London Theatre, British Theatre, Theatre Cat

To win a pair of tickets to Lady Windermere’s Fan at London’s Vaudeville Theatre, go to thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put WINDERMERE in the code box. Entries close at midnight on March 28.

Terms and conditions: Subject to availability. Travel not included. Non transferable. No cash alternative.

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