Competition: Win Somerset House Film 4 Tickets

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Competition: Win Somerset House Film 4 Tickets

Somerset House on a warm sunny evening has to be one of Londonist's favourite places to be. Whether you're watching a band or catching a film, there's nothing better than sitting on the grass with a glass of pimms feeling like you're in a small idyllic bubble of London, even though you're practically on Waterloo Bridge.

As previously mentioned on Londonist, this week the annual Film4 Summer Screen season kicks off with its, quite frankly ace, selection of films. Doors open at 6.30pm with DJs from 7.30 and film starting at 9.30. And thanks to Londonist you could be going along to the film of your choice for free as we've got a pair of tickets for every screening to give away.

The first four films up for grabs are:

Thurs: North By Northwest: Cary Grant plays an advertising exec mistaken for a government agent and chased across America by foreign spies. Naturally he has a beautiful blonde at his side.

Fri: School of Rock & Nacho Libre: What more could you want from a Friday than a Jack Black double bill. Dazzling in school musical comedy School of Rock, the main highlight is the preview of his new film Nacho Libre where Jack plays a Mexican Monk who becomes a wrestling champion.

Sat: The Shining: Stanley Kubrick's interpretation of the Stephen King book has chilled audiences for over 25 years. Just remember kids 'All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.' [18 and overs only]

Sun: The Outsiders: Director Francis Ford Coppola may be best-known for The Godfather, but this teen epic set in the ‘50s is just as great. Plus, you get Tom Cruise, Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon, Emilio Estevez and ‘Karate Kid’ Ralph Macchio.

Simply fill in this form, including your desired film, and you'll be entered into the draw to win. You may enter for as many days as you like, but only one entry per day please.

Winners will be contacted by 4pm on the day of screening at the latest.

Last Updated 08 August 2006