Denise Van Outen’s acclaimed one-woman show Some Girl I Used to Know is in the West End at the Arts Theatre for just three weeks and tickets are hot property.
Luckily, News Shopper has seven pairs of tickets to give away.
The show – hilarious and touching – is a musical play about life and love, featuring a party mix tape of songs from the 80s and 90s including Culture Club, Soft Cell and many more.
The feel-good show is co-written by Denise Van Outen, who won acclaim for her Broadway and West End roles including Tell Me on a Sunday, Chicago, Legally Blonde and also her appearance on the last series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Some Girl I Used to Know is about Stephanie Canworth. She has it all – she’s beautiful, has a successful career, a supportive husband and she's a media darling; life is great.
But it takes just one Facebook poke from a blast-from-the-past and all the old memories start flooding back - candy floss, kisses, first loves and broken hearts - and with the old memories come the old temptations.
The show is at the Arts Theatre from August 22 for three weeks. Find out more and get tickets at some girliusedtoknow.com
News Shopper has seven pairs of tickets to give away for the performance on Monday, September 8, at 8pm (the prize is not transferrable).
To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer this question:
Who co-wrote Some Girl I Used To Know?
B) Denise Van Outen
C) Denise Welch
Text your answer to 80360, starting your message with NSDENISE leave a space and then put your answer, name, number, email and address.
Or send your entry with your name, address and contact phone number on a postcard or a
stuck-down envelope to:
Denise Competition, News Shopper, Mega House, Crest View Drive, Petts Wood, Kent BR5 1BT. Closing date: August 15
Terms & conditions: Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Lines close August 14, at 11.59pm. For full terms, go to newsquest.co.uk/terms
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