This is a sponsored post on behalf of Bottleneck.
Am I a virgin? I think I am. I mean it went in her but it was floppy and it wasn’t very nice so I think I’m a virgin. I’m going to say I am. Will look better on my uni applications.
Liverpool, 1989. Greg is fourteen. He has just started secondary school. He earns pocket money sweeping up hair in a barbers. Girls are aliens. Liverpool FC are everything.
Bottleneck is a vibrant coming-of-age story about becoming a man through adventures both big and small. It is about a notorious city; Liverpool. How the outside world views it, and how it views the outside world.
This Edinburgh hit, written by Luke Barnes, transfers to the Soho Theatre on 19 February. Starring James Cooney, following his acclaimed breakthrough performance in Island at the National Theatre and Directed by Steven Atkinson, awarding-winning director and Artistic Director of HighTide Festival Theatre.
"Luke Barnes captures the voice of Britain’s youth with wit and compassion. He emerges from this year’s Fringe as a red-hot writing talent to watch." **** Independent
For your chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to see Bottleneck enter your name and email address in the form below and hit submit.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
Two winners will be picked at random after 5pm on Monday 11 February and notified by email. Good luck!
To book your tickets (£15) and view the trailer, click here or call 020 7478 0100.
Terms & Conditions: competition tickets are valid for Monday to Thursday performances, subject to availability. No cash alternative available. Travel not included. Usual Londonist competition policy applies.