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The List Festival party is back and preparing for its biggest and best party yet - not only do we put on the biggest party of the festival but we are also celebrating our 500th issue. Tickets are notoriously hard to get a hold off and since you can't buy them, the only way to get them is be invited or win them!
So we’ve managed to get our hands on 20 tickets to give you a chance to be a part of the action. Over 2000 revellers will be making their way to the Edinburgh Corn Exchange
worth up to £8.90
on 5 August 2004 between 9pm-3am to party the night away with festival goers, celebrities, performers and anyone else who can get their hands on these exclusive tickets. If you want to win the chance to be down there, just tell us:
What date does the List Festival party take place on?
Answers on an email marked ‘LIST 500 to firstname.lastname@example.org or on a postcard to The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE by no later than 2
The List has teamed up with Wagamama in Glasgow for a fantastic summer promotion which offers all readers two for one meals from its delicious fusion menu. By taking this voucher to Wagamama, you will be able to sample the culinary delights from its extensive menu. Wagamama continues to prove that fast food can be good food with its extensive menu ranging from traditional ramen noodle soup to teppan- fried yaki soba to 'squeezed to order' juices and Japanese beers.
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FREE TICKETS TO THE LAST VICTORY
The List has teamed up with the Glasgow Film Theatre in Glasgow and Filmhouse in Edinburgh to give away 100’s of tickets to see the compelling ﬁlm The Last Victory at an exclusive preview screening. By taking your copy of The List to either box ofﬁce from 22 July 2004, you will get two tickets to see the ﬁlm on Saturday 31 July.
The Last Victory is a moving documentary about the hopes, the convictions, the intrigues and the fluctuating fortunes of a small but passionate Italian community. The film documents the thrilling stony of a tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages where every year 100,000 people gather on the Piazza del Campo in Siena, Tuscany to watch II Palio, the breath-taking, colourful, nerve wracking and spectacular horse race. The Last Victory follows the passionate struggle of the small district of Civetta as for months they prepare for the race, carefully selecting its delegates for the coming year. / Civetta have not won since 1979 so the stakes are high. The culminating tension to the big day makes this verite piece of cinema j. a natural, dramatic and moving story of the residents hopes, personal convictions and craving for good fortune.
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