Win tickets to Billy Connolly's Sex Life Of Bandages in your local cinema | Plus DVDs and books up for grabs © Jaimie Gramston

Win tickets to Billy Connolly's Sex Life Of Bandages in your local cinema

Plus DVDs and books up for grabs

Billy Connolly’s live show The Sex Life Of Bandages is to be screened in cinemas next month, a few days before an anthology of his stand-up anecdotes are published.

To celebrate, Chortle is giving six readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to watch the film in one of 600 screens that will screen the show on Thursday October 10.

Three of the winners will also get a copy of the book, Tall Tales and Wee Stories, and the other three will get a copy of his DVD Billy Connolly Live: The Greatest Hits.

Recorded in the Australian leg of his last ever stand-up tour in 2015, The Sex Life of Bandages also has Connolly muse upon his career, life and legacy in a personal and never-before-seen interview filmed exclusively for cinema audiences.  

Tickets for the one-night-only screening are available here.

To stand a chance of winning, answer the following question by 5pm on September 27, when we will select the winner at random from all correct answers received. Good luck! 

Terms & conditions

In addition to Chortle’s usual terms and conditions:  no cash alternative available. Cinema tickets only valid for the specified screening of The Sex Life Of Bandages on October 10m 2019. Tickets are non-transferable. Seat location cannot be specified. Best available seats will be allocated by the cinema. The prize does not include the costs of travel, refreshments, or additional merchandise relating to the use of the prize. Any costs incurred during the redemption of the prize must be covered by the prize winner.

Published: 12 Sep 2019

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