Win a bundle of film goodies | Noel Fielding in Set The Thames On Fire

Win a bundle of film goodies

Noel Fielding in Set The Thames On Fire

Set The Thames On Fire – a dark comedy about two boys struggling to survive in a grotesque, nightmare London – is out next month.

And we have a bundle of prizes to give away, including tickets to a celebrity screening, a DVD and a live DVD from Noel Fielding, one of the film’s stars.

The visually stunning film is the debut from director Ben Charles Edwards and also stars Michael Winder and Max Bennett alongside Sally Phillips, Lily Loveless, Sadie Frost and David Hoyle.

In honour of its release, Blonde to Black Pictures are offering Chortle readers the chance to win this exciting bundle:

• Two tickets to an exclusive pre-release screening of Set The Thames on Fire on September 14 at Picturehouse Central, Piccadilly Circus, including a post-film Q&A with director Ben Charles Edwards and stars Sally Phillips, Sadie Frost, Lily Loveless, Max Bennett and Michael Winder. • A set The Thames on FireDVD

• A signed Set The Thames on Fire poster 

• A signed Set The Thames on Fire script

•   An Evening with Noel Fielding DVD: a magical mix of Noel’s unique brand of stand-up comedy, live animation, music and TV characters.

Set The Thames on Fire is in cinemas from September 16 on demand from  September 19 and on DVD from  September 26. Here’s the trailer:

To stand a chance of winning our prize package, just answer the question below by 11.59pm on September 9 after which we choose the winners from all correct answers received. Usual terms and conditions apply. Plus if the winner fails to respond within 48 hours of notification, the prize will be forfeited and an alternative winner contacted. Screening tickets will be available for collection at the box office on the night.

Good luck!

Published: 31 Aug 2016

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