Win tickets to National Theatre of Scotland show Enquirer
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National Theatre of Scotland in partnership with The London Review of Books present Enquirer.
The once respected, massively influential and lucrative newspaper industry is in crisis. Rocked by ongoing allegations of corruption, bribery and illegal practices, the media has become the story. Behind the headlines, newspapers circulation figures continue to spiral downward, with the knock-on effect of ever-decreasing advertising revenue and redundancy now commonplace across all levels of the industry. At the same time, the explosion of digital media and the possibility and expectation of instant, free, 24 hours news has completely wrong-footed the industry and left it reeling.
Blending fact, anecdote and passionate opinion, Enquirer is a site-specific piece of theatre performed in an empty media office block in Glasgow. This promenade production has been created as rapid response to the unfolding events of recent months in the newspaper industry.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to see Enquirer on Tue 1 May just enter this competition.
The Hub Pacific Quay
Thur 26 April - Sat 12 May 2012 (no performance Mondays)
£10 (previews 26 and 27 April),
£15 full price, £12 concessions/£5 concs unwaged
0141 429 0022
To enter, just tell us:
Where is the empty media office block located?
Enquirer is edited and directed by Vicky Featherstone and John Tiffany. Co-edited by Andrew O’Hagan. Interviews by Paul Flynn, Deborah Orr and Ruth Wishart.
A new site-specific theatre production based on interviews with leading figures in the UK newspaper industry.
Terms & conditions
Competition closes 26 April 2012. There is no cash alternative. The tickets are for Tue 1 May 2012. Usual List rules apply.