Win free tickets to world premieres of two new plays – part of the Criterion Theatre’s Playing The Games
From 26 July - 12 August, the Criterion Theatre celebrates sporting and cultural talent, from the emerging to the world famous, with Playing The Games, featuring exclusive talks, new plays and stand-up comedy.
Leading comedians, actors, playwrights and Olympians all take part including Stephen Fry, Alan Davies, Edwin Moses, Stephen Daldry, Haile Gebrselassie, Mark Watson, Kriss Akabusi, Stephen K Amos, Brian Blessed, Rick Edwards, Paper Cinema and world premieres of new sport-themed plays.
Adam Brace’s funny, timely take of true grit, self-belief and canny opportunism follows underdog Lucky Henry’s bid to go from Congolese security guard to Olympic swimmer. His previous plays include Stovepipe, Midnight Your Time and The Four Stages Of Cruelty.
After The Party
Serge Cartwright’s new comedy sees a once promising DJ double act seize the opportunity of the games arriving on their doorstep to turn their lives around. His previous work includes Moscow Live and The Matter In Hand, which was long-listed for the Bruntwood Prize.
Playing The Games is part of the London 2012 festival.
For more information and Booking:
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Win free tickets for the Criterion’s world premieres, part of Playing The Games
Name the writers of the two new plays that are part of Playing The Games.
Send your answer along with your name and a contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Fri 13 July 2012.
Each winner will receive a pair of tickets for each play and will be notified by email by Wed 18 July. Only one entry per person.