Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti is one of Britain’s best known playwrights and her new play is a lot of fun as it mashes up Bollywood and a loveable pair looking for adventure…
FANCY WINNING 4 tickets to see Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s new play called ‘Dishoom’, next week?
We have teamed up the lovely folks at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, London and they’re offering 2 lucky acv readers the opportunity to win 4 tickets in one evening (or matinee) each for the forthcoming shows there. Great for a family! Or four friends for a great night out!
All you need to do to enter, is answer the following question and please send your entry to email@example.com
The correct entries will then go into a special draw.
Please note EACH SINGLE winning entry will secure four tickets to any performance of ‘Dishoom!’ between Tuesday, September 25 and Saturday, September 29 (matinee) at the Queen’s Theatre – EXCEPT the final Saturday evening performance but HURRY! The competition deadline is Monday, 2pm. (September 24)
Question: What is the name of the Bollywood film that has inspired ‘Dishoom’?
Tell us now firstname.lastname@example.org
Please state which day and time you would like to see ‘Dishoom!’ at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, in your answer please.
Please write your full name and include a regular email address (especially, if it is not the one you are applying from) and a contact number – but please note we will only contact you by phone in the event that you do not respond to an email informing you of a winning entry.
Neither the email addresses or nor any other contact details will be retained – but feel free to tell us if you want to subscribe to our newsletters (where we sometimes have similar offers and giveaways! At present, we only publish about four to six acv newsletters in a year).
We aim to inform both winners by Tuesday (September 25) lunchtime at the latest – and you will only hear from us if you have a winning entry.
Thanks and good luck!
A little bit about the play, ‘Dishoom!’: Set in the 1970s about friendship, courage and finding a voice, the play sees the professional debut of local Ilford talent, Bilal Khan in the lead role as ‘Simon’. Confined to a wheelchair and lacking in confidence, his life takes a turn when cousin Baljit (Gurkiran Kaur) appears and shows him the iconic Bollywood film, ‘Sholay‘. From that moment two become a little bit like Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) and Veeru (Dharmendra) in the film and the production takes its musical cue and dynamism from one of the most enduring pieces of Indian cinema ever created…
Top picture: Baljit (Gurkiran Kaur) and Simon (Bilal Khan) in Dishoom!
Normal terms and conditions apply, you should be 18 and resident in the UK. Thanks!
For our interview with Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti more: http://asianculturevulture.com/portfolios/dishoom-gurpeet-kaur-bhatti-on-sholay-finding-the-superhero-within-and-empowering-people-to-speak-up/
Ticket/Info Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch – https://www.queens-theatre.co.uk/2018/09/ilford-actor-bilal-khan-debuts-in-world-premiere-of-sholay-inspired-comedy-drama-dishoom-coming-to-queens-theatre/