This is a sponsored post on behalf of the National Theatre.
Berlin, 1910. Antony Sher plays an ex-convict in a captain’s uniform who attempts to take on the state in this savagely funny comedy.
Released after fifteen years in prison, trapped in a bureaucratic maze, ex-convict Wilhem Voigt wanders 1910 Berlin in desperate, hazardous pursuit of identity papers. Based on a real-life story, follow Voigt’s journey as his luck changes when he picks up an abandoned military uniform and finds the city ready to obey his every command.
Director Adrian Noble reunites with designer Anthony Ward, to stage this spectacular new production in the Olivier Theatre.
Want to win a pair of tickets to see The Captain of Köpenick? Enter your name and email address below and we’ll pick a winner at random and notify them by email after 5pm on Friday 25 January. Terms and conditions below. Good luck!
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
The Captain of Köpenick opens at the National Theatre on 29 January. Tickets from £12 – book now by visiting www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/captain or call 020 7452 3000.
Competition terms & conditions: Tickets valid for performances from 29 January to 17 February. Subject to availability, exclusions may apply. No cash alternative. Non transferable. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the prize winner. Promoter reserves the right to exchange all or part of the prize to that of equal or greater value. Usual Londonist policy applies.