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Win Tickets To See Marc Almond In Ten Plagues



Ten Plagues

The award winning song cycle Ten Plagues begins it’s run at Wilton’s Music Hall this Thursday, following its hugely successful premiere at the Edinburgh Festival. Written by playwright Mark Ravenhill and composer Conor Mitchell from eye-witness accounts of the 1665 London Plague, the show depicts London ravaged by the most deadly Plague imaginable. With a one-man bravura performance by Marc Almond, the production brings together the worlds of music, theatre and opera in a deeply moving and profoundly relevant work.

Marc Almond told Beige earlier this year, “Dramatist Mark Ravenhill wrote this song-cycle piece especially for me. It’s one man’s journey through the great plague, emotionally representing what people go through during epidemic panics. It’s a daunting new world for me. But I love challenges and it has reconnected me with my early passion for theatre.”

Perfectly presented in the decaying beauty of the world’s oldest surviving music hall, Ten Plagues is a highly original theatrical event starring one of the most unique and distinctive voices in contemporary music.

To celebrate this epic production we have three pairs of tickets to give away. Simply fill in the form below to enter.

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Competition closes 25 April. Entires are strictly limited to one per person and the winners tickets are only valid between the 26 April and 1 May. Tickets are valid for the best available seats subject to availability. All competition winners must call the box office to officially book their ticket, confirmation of winning is not a valid ticket.

wiltons.org.uk

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