A few weeks ago, we told you all about Aisling Bea‘s hectic gig schedule over the coming weeks, including a stint at the London Irish Comedy Festival in Camden next month.
The festival, now in its second year, takes over the London Irish Centre in Camden Square between 11th and 13th October, and features a jam packed line-up of great comic talent.
As well as Miss Bea, the festival will also feature TVO favourites Andrew Maxwell and Abandoman, alongside Barry Murphy, Grainne Maguire and many more.
The team behind LICF have been kind enough to offer us a pair of tickets to see Aisling Bea on the opening night’s bill alongside Neil Delamere, PJ Gallagher and MC John Colleary.
The show on 11th October starts at 8pm, and tickets are on sale now for just £17, but thanks to LICF and TVO, you could win a pair for free!
To be in with a chance of winning 2 tickets, simply tell us the answer to this simple question:
What was the name of the BBC Three sitcom featuring Aisling Bea as the sister of Sharon Horgan’s leading character?
We’ll randomly pick one entry which reaches us in time with the correct answer, and contact them to arrange their name and a plus one on the guest list. For all the usual t&c please see below.
This competition offers 1 pair of tickets for the opening night of the London Irish Comedy Festival at London Irish Centre, Camden on October 11th 2013, which is scheduled to feature Aisling Bea. The winning entry will be selected at random, from all who correctly answer the question: “What was the name of the BBC Three sitcom featuring Aisling Bea as the sister of Sharon Horgan’s leading character?” The winner will be contacted via the email address they use to enter. Details will not be shared with any additional third parties beyond The Velvet Onion, the London Irish Comedy Festival, and the guest-list for the venue.
Only entries made to email@example.com will be accepted. The Velvet Onion will not accept entries as comments to this post, replies to our Facebook/Twitter pages, comments to any other posts in error or emails to any other email address in our domain, nor any entries received after 11:59pm on Friday, 4th October. This competition is being run entirely by The Velvet Onion, with prizes organised by London Irish Comedy Festival. One entry per person. Any entrants found making multiple entries from the same IP address will be disqualified, and banned from entering further competitions run by The Velvet Onion. The judge’s decision is final. There is no monetary value to this competition and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be responsible for their own travel and/or related expenses. The Velvet Onion reserves the right to withdraw this competition if any overriding issues arise.
For another ticket competition which also relies on your knowledge of Sharon Horgan’s back catalogue, you’ve still got until Sunday 29th September to win tickets to see Stephen Mangan in Jeeves & Wooster in ‘Perfect Nonsense’. Go here for more info!
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