Jonathon Harvey’s Beautiful Thing hits Nottingham Playhouse’s stage in April 2015. And great news! You can be in the running to win a pair of free tickets and two complementary cocktails for the Student Night, Monday 27th April.
Beautiful Thing is heart-warming urban love story, which sees two teenage boys struggle in their immediate environment and society to be accepted for who they are. Staring Charlie Brooks, Sam Jackson and Thomas Law, the stage is sure to be full chemistry and sparkle. Originally enjoying sell-out success on the West End, the celebrated production is now on UK tour.
Set in an inner city housing estate, Beautiful Thing tells the story of teenager Jamie’s relationship with classmate and neighbour, Ste. Together the two boys find comedy, warmth and the music of Mama Cass through their loud-mouthed next door neighbour Leah. Jonathan Harvey combines comedy with drama in his critically acclaimed award winning play. Beautiful Thing truly captures what it is to be a teenager and to fall in love.
So, want to win tickets to see the show everyone is talking about? Simply watch the trailer here, and tell us the name of the song featured.
Email your answer and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject ‘Beautiful Thing Student Competition’. The winner will be notified on Thursday 9th April.
From Friday 10th April you can book tickets for the Student Night (Monday 27th April), an offer which includes a ticket and a cocktail for just £10 (normally £21.50). To take advantage of this fantastic deal, be sure to call the Box Office on 0115 941 9419 quoting ‘cocktail’ before Thursday 23rd April at 6pm!
Beautiful Thing is running from Monday 20th April – Saturday 9th May 2015 at Nottingham Playhouse. More information can be found at www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk.
Ts & Cs
Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Subject to availability. Tickets cannot be exchanged to a different performance. Tickets will be allocated by Nottingham Playhouse. Tickets are non-transferrable. Proof of age may be required.