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Win a pair of tickets for A Great Fear Of Shallow Living

Draper Hall - Win a pair of tickets for A Great Fear Of Shallow Living

The London premiere of a play based on the well-known Scottish folk tale of the selkie.

Competition Ends: 14/06/2018

This offer has expired.

The selkie is a seal who can shed its hide to reveal a beautiful woman beneath. Most stories of the selkie include her falling in love with a human who steals her hide when he learns the truth so that she can never return to the sea and must remain bound to him. Cut off from her home, she grows desperate until she either finds the hide or kills herself.

In Tandem Theatre Company, through live music and spellbinding physicality, reclaims the Celtic myth of the Selkie. The award winning A Great Fear Of Shallow Living spins a womanly story about being torn, about needing to be two things, but having to be one.

We are giving away a pair of tickets for the performance of your choice, from 21 - 23 and 28 - 30 June.

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