Win tickets to Richard Eyre's sensational producton of the Broadway classic The Pajama Game!
Described by The Times as an 'uplifting, funny, touching revival', the critically acclaimed show which sold out at the Chichester Festival has been transferred to London’s Shaftesbury Theatre for a limited season - and now you have the chance to win tickets!
The Pajama Game follows the blossoming but rocky romance between a union member and the superintendant of a pyjama factory, who are divided by the factory's refusal to increase the worker's wages.
The Evening Standard have said the show is 'sizling with hit songs and positive energy'. Don't miss out on the opportunity to see one of the most unmissable productions of the year!
For your chance to win a pair of tickets, please follow the instructions below:
To enter via Twitter: entrants must follow @PetsPyjamas and then tweet @PetsPyjamas a photograph of themselves dressed in pyjamas with their pet (which does not have to be dressed in pyjamas). The tweet must also include the #pjgamepp hashtag.
To enter via Facebook: entrants must 'Like' PetsPyjamas on Facebook and then upload a photograph to the PetsPyjamas Facebook page of themselves dressed in pyjamas with their pet (which does not have to be dressed in pyjamas). Please include 'Pajama Game' in the caption.
Watch the Pajama Game trailer:
Terms and Conditions:
Competition runs from Monday 2 – Sunday 8 June at 23:59.
Prize: One pair of tickets to see The Pajama Game for one performance between Wednesday 11 June – Thursday 17th July only (there are no performances on Sundays). You must be 16 years or older to enter and a UK resident including RoI, IoM and CI.
All elements of the prize are subject to availability, and non-transferable. No cash alternative is available. Prize-winner will be notified within seven (7) days of the draw by Facebook or Twitter. If the prize-winner is unable to contact the promoter within three (3) days, the prize will be forfeited. A new prize-winner will then be randomly selected from remaining entries. The prize-winner may be required to take part in related publicity and such participation is a condition of accepting a prize. Winning tickets will be available for collection in person at the Shaftesbury Theatre box office on the day of the chosen performance.