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Enjoy comedy‘.’ Partial to an occasional slug of Gold Bier? Aren't we all? And you‘re in luck because were offering prizes galore relating to the Gold Bier Fools Paradise comedy showcases currently taking place regularly at the Music Box in Edinburgh and The Old Athenaeum Theatre in Glasgow (check Cabaret listings for times and details). The shows feature some of the best new comedians on the live circuit.
Up for grabs are five cases of Gold Bier. five cracking Gold Bier denim jackets and five Fools Paradise T-shirts. Check the Word Square below and clearly mark the following ten words:
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Win Ukrainians’ 003!
Wedding Present offshoot The Ukrainians are easily Britain‘s ﬁnest exponents of that elusive rock ‘n‘ roll/Ukrainian folk music crossover sound. To prove it we‘ve got l0 copies apiece of their outrageous EP of Smiths cover versions and their hotly awaited second LP Vorony (Cooking Vinyl). To win a copy of each on crispy
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the capital of the Ukraine. Slap your answers plus name. address and daytime phone number on the back of an envelope or sealed postcard and hot-foot them pronto (or by l 1 March, say) to UKRAIHIAHS COMP, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE.
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Knowing that Aha were the fresh-faced Norwegian pop trio in the video scenario was all it took to win tickets for the Irn-Bru Pop Video Exhibition at The Arches. The following ten people won a pair of tickets each: Gillian Boll, Paula McFarlane (both Glasgow), Jim McBride, Stewart Reid, Jeff Graig (all Edinburgh), Ron Mailman (Portobello), Victor Speight, Debbie Pope (both Fife), Ken Torrance (Carluke) and David Ferguson (Argyll).
A copy of the Iastest album from The Bhundu Boys is
on its way to the following people who knew that the j
song Ring Of Fire was made famous by Johnny Cash: T True, Karenann Lyon, Peter Graig (all Glasgow), Michael Pake, Ban Travis, Mike iletherington,
Mathew Schlanker, John Tuson (all Edinburgh), Helen
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