COMPETITIONS Win Scotland! (well, the guide book)
In between stints as a top rock promoter. our mate Pete f lrvine scoured every nook and cranny of this line land of ours. researching Scotland The Best, his pretty damn I essential guide to Scotland. We've got five (count ’em) ,zz"?.;.;.«"‘.“ copies of this majestic Mainstream publication to give 93"“
away. Answer the following question and save yourself the
£9.99 cover price. K
In which district is the town of lrvine‘?
Answers on a postcard to IRVINE COMP, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE. Don’t forget your name. address and telephone number and rush those entries to us by 6 July.
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Of The Human Heart goodies!
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You’ve read the Anne Parillaud feature. so you’ll know all about Vincent Ward's extraordinary Arctic drama. Now win the soundtrack and a copy of Ward‘s intriguing photographic record of his lilmmaking
Q experiences in the Antipodcs. Iirlgv ()f The [fart/i. Three lucky winners get a CO and the book. ten runners—up get the book. Simply tell us:
Where do polar bears live'.’
Answers on a postcard to MAP COMP, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE. Don't
forget your name. address and telephone number and express those entries to us by () July.
Teenage Fanclub singles up for grabs
Your radio airwaves will already be humming to the dulcet tones of 4”" Radio. the happening new single from Bellshill boys and top Creation recording act Teenage Fanclub. But why buy a copy when we’re giving ’em away? We’ve ten CO copies of the single to give away and one lucky Fannie fan might even get a poster if they’re very lucky. and know the answer to the following question.
Teenage Fanclub‘s regular vocalist shares a surname with a top poet. is it a) Tennyson; b) Blake; c) De La Mare
Answers on a postcard to FANNIE COMP, The List, 14 High Street, ’ .n Edinburgh, EH1 ITE. Don’t forget your name. address and telephone number and zip thosc
Game For A Laugh?
Once again The List is offering two readers the chance to overdose on comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe by being part of the prestigious Perrier Award panel. Now in its thirteenth year. the Perrier award is adjudicated by an eight-strong panel drawn from the media and the general public — which is where you come in.
A ’CK or THE rtuNG‘
The winners must be available to see at least fifteen—twenty shows in the first two weeks of the Festival (lb—28 August). Most shows are in the evening. but there are some during the day. and obviously you’ll be spending a lot of time in Edinburgh. There‘s no money in it. but all tickets are free and there’s a crate of champagne for you when it‘s over.
The most important qualities fora panellist are an almost unending sense of humour and incredible stamina. For an idea of what’s entailed see the article in this issue’s Theatre section. lfyou’re still up for it write a letter (no more than 250 words) explaining in an apt and witty fashion why you’re the panellist we‘re looking for.
Letters should arrive by l4 July and the decision of The List and Perrier is final. Send to
PEHRIER PANEL, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 iTE.
JIMI HENDRIX EXHIBITION
The first ten people turning up at The Arches on Thursday 24 June at 7.30pm with a friend and a copy of this list will receive a pair of tickets for the exclusive Preview Party. llot only will you get a chance to view the exhibition before the general public, you will also be able to witness a top secret celebrity band
t recreate the music of Jimi Hendrix.
The first 100 who purchase a Fuji camcorder four- pack — 8mm (£19.99) or VHS C format (£17.99) - from any Clydesdale Electrical Store can claim a free copy of the Chris Serle’s guide to better home video which normally retails at £14.99.
Simply send proof of purchase along with this voucher to Clydesdale/The list ‘Shoot The Video’ Offer, PO Box 77, Paisley, PA2 Will, and the first 100 will receive a free copy of the
JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK
Two tickets for the price of one for Gate Theatre’s celebrated production of Sean O’Casey’s Juno And The Paycock at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh on 22 June at 7.30pm. Tickets subject to availability.
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OFFEHS: Cut out the coupon or take along the whole magazine and present it to the relevant box office or cash desk. All offers are subject to availability and managements reserve the right to refuse admission.
COMPETITIONS: Only one entry per person per competition. If you are entering more than one competition, you need use only one envelope, but please make sure that your name and address are attached to EACH entry. Competitions are open to all UK residents (over the age of 18 in alcohol- related offers). llo responsibility can be accepted by The List for prizes which cannot be obtained due to unforeseen circumstances. Employees of The List are ineligible to enter.
To obtain a list oi winners, please send a SAE to The List Competition Winners, stating which
issue(s) results you require.
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