WIN A LYCEUM THEATRE SEASON TICKET
See every show next season at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Edinburgh. for free! We are offering a pair of season tickets to the winner of our Tartuffe caption competition.
See Dario Fo's Can't Pay. Won't Pay. Ibsen‘s A Doll 's House. Shakespeare's The Merehantof Venice. Noel Coward‘s Private Lives. the Christmas Pantomime Beauty and the Beast. Brandon Thomas‘s Charley 's Aunt. Arthur Milller‘s Death ofa Salesman. Joe Orton‘s Loot and Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht.
All you have to do is invent a witty piece ofdialogue for the scene from Tartuffe pictured below. Simply write your suggestion in the speech balloons on the photograph below and send it complete with the entry coupon to Lyceum Competition. The List. 14 High Street. Edinburgh. EHI ITE. We‘re looking for the funniest and most original lines — the winning entry will be judged by Andrew Dallmeyer who plays Tartuffe in the Lyceum‘s acclaimed production.
The ten runners up will receive a pair of tickets to the first night of the new season's opening production. Dario Fo‘s Can 't Pay. Won 't Pay/at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Edinburgh on 11 September.
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SIMPLY WRITE YOUR SUGGESTED LINES OF DIALOGUE IN THE BALLOONS ABOVE SEEOSEND THE PICTURE TOGETHER WITH THIS COUPON TO THE ADDRESS W.
SEND THIS COUPON TO ROYAL LYCEUM CAPTION COMPETITION, THE LIST, 14 HIGH STREET, EDINBURGH EH1 1TE, TO ARRIVE NO LATER THAN MON 3 AUGUST.
FREE PEE-WEE TICKETS
He starth of as a risque club performer who satirized children‘s programmes and ended up having his own Saturday morning children’s show. It wasn’t long before it became a cult with adults on a scale that even Tiswas couldn‘t match.
A comic genius say many (the French \ I... think he‘s the ' funniest thing since Jacques Tati). to .; 1 Si:
others he’s simply the (a. ‘ funniest nerd ever to ' make it big on television. ‘1’” show you mine if you show me yours” says Pee-Wee on coast to coast television. His armchair waves its arms and when he opens the fridge door. carrots do an impromptu chorus-line dance. One morning he beckoned the cameras to close up on his nose. Then it was up the nostril to meet his brain - dozing at the time in an arm chair.
In America he's compared to Jerry Lewis and his humour is as anarchic as The Young Ones at their best. Should Channel Four go ahead and screen the television series Pee-Wee's Playhouse he could be the most successful comedy import since Robin Williams had us all saying ‘Nanu Nanu’. But before all that. we invite you to a special preview screening of the man-who-never- grew-up’s feature film. Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. It was a huge hit in America (where it was released as long ago as 1985 and has had grown ups singing ‘I know you are but what am I‘ and ‘I’m busy‘ ever since) and now you can be one ofthe first people in Britain to see Pee-Wee. at ABC/Cannon Cinema. Sauchiehall Street. Glasgow on Sat 8 August at 10.30am. as he sets out to recover his stolen bicycle.
Just complete the form below and return it to Pee-Wee Ticket Offer. The List. 14 High Street. Edinburgh, to reach us no later than Mon 3 August when the draw for the 25 pairs oftickets will be made.
Please enter me tor the draw lor pairs at tickets to Mainline Pictures“ preview screening at ‘Pee-Wee's Big Adventure’ at the ABC/Cannon Cinema, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow at 10.30am on Sat 8 August 1987
SEND THIS COUPON TO PEE-WEE TICKET OFFER, THE LIST. 14 HIGH STREET,
EDINBURGH EH1 1TE, TO ARRIVE NO LATER THAN MON 3 AUGUST.
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