Win tickets to Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon in The Painkiller | With meal and accommodation too

Win tickets to Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon in The Painkiller

With meal and accommodation too

Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon are currently starring in a West End revival of the classic French farce The Painkiller.

And one lucky Chortle reader will win a fantastic trip to see the show, including overnight accommodation, and a pre-theatre meal.

Sean Foley, whose credits include The Play What I Wrote and Jeeves & Wooster play Perfect Nonsense, directs his 'darkly hilarious' adaptation of Francis Veberʼs farce.

Branagh and Brydon play two men in two adjoining hotel rooms: one of them is a killer, and one of them wants to die. The cast also features Claudie Blakley, Marcus Fraser, Mark Hadfield and Alex Macqueen.

The comedy runs at the Garrick Theatre, Charing Cross Road, for a limited season until April 30

Strand Palace Hotel Our fantastic prize is two people to win a pair of top price tickets to The Painkiller, a pre-theatre dinner at Joe Allen, the classic American restaurant in the heart of theatreland, and overnight accommodation at Strand Palace Hotel, on the edge of Covent Garden.

For more information on the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company, follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

To stand a chance of winning this fantastic prize, just answer the following question by 5pm on March 31, when the winner will be chosen at random from all correct answers received.

All elements of the prize are valid for two people for any date until April 30, 2016. The prize includes two top price tickets, pre-theatre two course meal at Joe Allen including half a bottle of wine per person. Overnight accommodation consists of one double/twin room for one night only, including breakfast. All prize elements are non-transferable. No cash alternative is available, and no travel costs are included in the prize. Usual terms and conditions also apply.

Good luck!

Published: 24 Mar 2016

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