This is a sponsored competition on behalf of HP.
Want to be part of The Problem?
HP-powered entertainment show The Fox Problem is back for a second series and now you can be part of the live audience. With technology at the heart of the programme the show is broadcast live to YouTube fortnightly on Tuesdays. Its inspiration comes from imagining what 90s TV classics such as TFI Friday and The Word would look like if they met the internet, technology and social media.
The show uses the latest HP technology and devices such as the HP ENVY17, the world’s first notebook with integrated Leap Motion gesture control technology; to bring entertainment and technology together all from underneath an old railway arch in the centre of Shoreditch.
Presenters Gemma Cairney (Radio 1), Georgia LA (VEVO) and Georgie Okell (Fuse TV) bring live music, celebrity guests and industry discussions to the table, but there’s a difference: it’s all on the audience’s terms. Viewers are encouraged to interact with the presenters and guests via Skype, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Facebook, Tumblr and G+. Just pick up your social media weapon of choice, ask your questions, make your suggestions and get involved.
Last series saw the likes of Rizzle Kicks and actor Chris O’Dowd pop in for a natter, as well as music from local London musicians Mikill Pane, Marika Hackman and Roses Gabor.
Want to be part of The Problem? We have five pairs of tickets to give away to the live show on Tuesday 4 March at 6pm, thanks to HP. To be in with a chance of winning one of these pairs, just enter your name and email address below and click Submit.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
We’ll pick the winners at random after Thursday 27 February and notify them by email shortly thereafter. Terms and conditions below. Good luck!
Terms and conditions: Five readers will win a pair of tickets each to the live recording of The Fox Problem. Audience members need to be at Old Shoreditch Station: 1 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London, E2 8AA on Tuesday 4 March at 6pm to be met and taken to the recording studio. Full Terms and Conditions here. Usual Londonist policy applies.