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Competition: Win tickets to Mirrors, Siobhan McMillan’s acclaimed black comedy

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Following acclaimed runs at both the Kings Head Theatre and the Rosemary Branch, Infinite Space Theatre is proud to present Siobhan McMillan’s one-woman show Mirrors at the Leicester Square Theatre Lounge in March and April.

Both a black comedy and a modern fairytale, Mirrors is a provocative and poetic exploration of narcissism and neurosis. Siobhan McMillan’s remarkable performance takes the audience on a fabulous flight of fancy in search of validation and vodka.

Inept vlogger ShyGirl has been stood up. Again.

Humiliated and a little intoxicated, she stares into her bedroom mirror and decides it is time to act. ShyGirl conjures up Shivvers – a wicked witch, distant relative of Snow White’s stepmother and the most gorgeous person in the universe. When her mirror announces that her beauty has a rival, Shivvers embarks on a mission to track down and destroy whoever dares to be more gorgeous than she.

★★★★★ “A dazzling array of characters… McMillan is wondrously expressive… there is magic in the air… a fabulous performance.” Remotegoat

Mirrors is at Leicester Square Theatre Lounge, London from March 28-April 14

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To win a pair of tickets to Mirrors is at Leicester Square Theatre Lounge, London thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put MIRRORS in the code box. Entries close at midnight on April 1.

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

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