31 July 2013 | By: Sponsor

Win Tickets To See The Pride At Trafalgar Studios

castWhat is the point of this stupid, painful life if not to be honest? If not to stand up for what you are in the core of your being?

A thrilling season of work for Trafalgar Transformed at Trafalgar Studios continues with the opening of the Olivier Award-winning The Pride, directed by Jamie Lloyd, on Thursday 8 August.

Philip, Oliver and Sylvia are tangled in a complex love-triangle that spans over half a century. Living and loving simultaneously in 1958 and the present day, The Pride is a heart-felt play set against a background of changing attitudes towards homosexuality. But will the promise of sexual liberation ever be realised?

Starring Hayley Atwell (Captain America, Life of Crime, The Faith Machine, A View from the Bridge), Harry Hadden-Paton (Posh, She Stoops to Conquer, Flare Path), Al Weaver (Inadmissible Evidence, Coram Boy, Hamlet) and Mathew Horne (Gavin and Stacey, Bad Education, Charley's Aunt), The Pride is a landmark play about compassion, intimacy, and the courage it takes to be who you really are.

We have two pairs of top price tickets to give away. For your chance to win a pair of tickets to see The Pride at Trafalgar Studios, simply enter your details below and click Submit.  


We’ll pick the winners at random and notify them by email after 5pm on Monday 12 August. Terms and conditions below. Good luck!

The Pride runs at Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, SW1A 2DY from 8 August to 9 November 2013. Tickets cost between £10-£54.50. For full information and to book tickets please visit the website or call the Box Office on 0844 871 7632.

*Competition terms & conditions: Two readers will win a pair of top price tickets, valid on Tuesday to Thursday evenings and Thursday matinee performances between 14 August and 19 September 2013, subject to availability. Age guidance for The Pride is 16+. No cash alternative. Travel not included. 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.