Alt Africa has teamed up with the Shakespeare’s’ Globe to give away 2 pairs of tickets to some lucky readers. The play runs from 22 February – 21 April 2019.
The production: Adjoa Andoh and Lynette Linton direct the first ever company of women of colour in a Shakespeare play on a major UK stage, in a post-Empire reflection on what it means to be British in the light of the Windrush anniversary and as we leave the European Union.
As Brexit plays out in front of us, join us for Richard II, a play written over 400 years ago that strikingly encapsulates the question of what it means to be British, both then and now. The production will take place in the indoor, candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
To win: Answer the following question and share this competition once on your social media platform: Where is the Shakespeare’s Globe based?
Send all answers to the editor by 5pm on the 27th of February 2019. Winners will be notified by email only and ticket dates are not transferable EMAIL: editor (at)) alt – africa (dot) com. If you cannot wait to get your tickets you can book here.
Term and conditions apply: Competition tickets are only for the following performances: 3 March – 6.30pm, 10 March – 6.30pm, and 17 March – 6.30pm. The winner’s details will be passed onto the Shakespeare Globe (email and name only) to confirm your win and for your name to be added to the box office to collect your tickets.