The Velvet Onion is proud to offer you an exclusive chance to win tickets to see cult favourite Tape Face on the opening night of his London run at The Garrick Theatre.
While he’s not one of our regulars, we’re big admirers of Tape Face, and we’re sure some of you out there can’t wait to see his new show at The Garrick Theatre, which runs for 7 weeks from Wednesday 6th June. Tickets are available to buy now over yonder, but wouldn’t you like to try and win some first?
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of Band A tickets (valued at £49.50 each) to Tape Face’s official opening night on Wednesday 7th June 2017, you’ll need to answer the following simple question:
What is Tape Face’s real name?
Email your answer, along with your full name and phone number, to email@example.com by 11:59pm on Sunday 28th May.
We’ll pick a winner at random from all the entries, so please only enter if you can definitely attend that evening. For the full terms and conditions, please see the small print below, and here’s some more information from the show team to whet your appetite.
Don’t miss the chance to be part of the phenomenon this summer: join TAPE FACE as he brings his uniquely hilarious and moving comedy to London, in a multi-award winning spectacle that needs to be seen to be believed.
For 7 weeks only, catch this spectacular modern reimagining of silent comedy at the Garrick Theatre, from the artist formerly known as The Boy with Tape on His Face – finalist of America’s Got Talent 2016 and seen on the Royal Variety Performance and the John Bishop Show.
Visually stunning, heart-stopping, and hilarious – you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and when it’s over you’ll be completely lost for words. Think you’ve seen TAPE FACE? Think again.
Following four sold-out years at the Edinburgh Fringe, sell-out UK tours and critical acclaim around the world.
“A truly magical experience” ★★★★★ – Chortle
“Endlessly inventive, hysterically funny.” ★★★★★ – Time Out
“A show that’s a delight from start to finish, that can be enjoyed by absolutely everybody.”★★★★★ – The Scotsman
“As timeless as it is wordless, as disarming as it is funny” ★★★★ – The Guardian
★★★★★ The Times