It’s competition time again at TVO! This time the lovely Birdy (Lliana Bird), has kindly offered 3 pairs of tickets to our readers to see the play The Duke in Darkness!
Many of you will be aware of Birdy’s DJ slots on Xfm, but you may not know that she’s also a theatre producer. Her current production is a play by Patrick Hamilton called The Duke of Darkness, which is being performed at the Tabard Theatre in West London. It’s the latest collaboration for the critically-acclaimed Bird & Be team, with Birdy working alongside director, Phoebe Barran.
This new version of The Duke of Darkness, adapted by Orlando Wells, sees France in the grip of long and bloody civil wars. A Duke and his servant, incarcerated for fifteen years, plot their escape and dream of freedom. But in this world of conspiracy and paranoia, where no one is quite who they seem, what will one man sacrifice for his chance of survival?
This production marks the first time Hamilton’s ‘lost’ play returns to the London stage in over 60 years. It is the third of a trio of psychological thrillers written by Hamilton in an illustrious career both as a playwright (Gaslight, Rope) and novelist (Hangover Square), which also saw him achieve Hollywood success with ‘Rope’ directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
If this sounds like your cup of tea and you’re in the mood for an evening of culture then it’s your lucky day – we have three pairs of tickets to give away! You can choose the date of the performance you attend from the following options: 16th, 17th, 19th April (all start at 7.30pm), 20th April (4pm & 7.30pm start times) and 21st April (2pm start time).
To be in with the chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply answer the following question:
Name two TV shows in which Lliana Bird has appeared that we feature on The Velvet Onion website.
This competition is now closed. The correct answers are The Mighty Boosh and Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy. Thanks for all your entries and congratulations to the winners.
Please send your answers to email@example.com, and 3 correct answers selected at random will be notified shortly after the closing date on Saturday 13th April at 11pm!
Remember to have a read of our terms and conditions below to avoid any funny business and good luck!
If you’re not one of our winners, don’t dispair, because you can still buy tickets to see The Duke of Darkness. Tickets are £17/£15 and can be purchased from the theatre website here.