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Win a pair of tickets to see My Brother’s Keeper? at The Playground Theatre

Win the chance to see Nigel William's funny and affecting play about broken sibling relationships.

Competition Ends: 17/03/2019

This offer has expired.

Following a stroke, 74-year-old actor Mr Stone lies dying in a near-empty hospital ward. His two sons, Tony and Sam, together again after several years, try to reconcile their fractured family before it's too late. In doing so, they confront each other, their past, and the imminent loss of their father.
 
Nigel Williams’ play explores the complexities of adult fraternal bonds, when shared childhoods and personal histories work as hard to repel as they do to bind, and poses the question of whether the shared love of a dying father can overcome the damage done.
 
When it premiered at Greenwich Theatre in 1985, My Brother’s Keeper? received rave reviews and now, some 34 years later, this incisive, funny and affecting play about broken sibling relationships receives its first major revival in a production starring Andy de la Tour, Josh Taylor and David Partridge.

Reviewers are calling this revival “a truly beautiful show” (UK Theatre Network) and “A meticulous investigation into the internal gears of a dysfunctional family”  (Broadway World)

My Brother's Keeper? is at The Playground Theatre, London, until 23 March. Winner will be able to pick a day of their choice to attend the play. Enter your details below for a chance to win! 

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