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Win! Tickets to see Noises Off at BGE Theatre!

1 of 1 Noises Off is coming to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from July 8 - 13
Noises Off is coming to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from July 8 - 13

We have tickets to this smash hit comedy and an overnight stay at the stylish Dylan Hotel in Dublin to give away.

The award-winning Noises Off, written by Michael Frayn, has been hailed as one of the greatest comedies ever written. The play was inspired by a backstage visit during a performance of Frayn's play The Two of Us, his debut in London’s West End.

It is the highest grossing show in the history of The Old Vic Theatre Company, and it is coming to The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin from July 8 to 13.

Noises Off stars the hilarious Neil Pearson (Between the Lines, Drop the Dead Donkey), Maureen Beattie (Lewis, The Bill), David Bark-Jones, Simon Bubb, Danielle Flett, Geoffrey Freshwater, Chris Larkin, Thomasin Rand and Sasha Waddell.

With gags a minute, Noises Off tells the tale of a touring theatre company as they stumble their way through rehearsals to a shambolic first night and a final disastrous performance.

RTÉ TEN and The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre have teamed up to give away a super prize of two tickets to the VIP opening night on Monday July 8. Plus: an overnight stay for two at the luxurious Dylan Hotel with breakfast.

We also have two runner-up prizes of tickets to see the show.

To be in with a chance of winning, email your answer to this question, along with your name, address and phone no, to: tencompetitions@rte.ie. Put Noises Off in the subject line.

Who wrote the play Noises Off?
a) Michael J Fox
b) Michael Ball
c) Michael Frayn

Terms and conditions apply. For a full list of RTÉ competition rules please click here. The competition is open until May 31.

Tickets for Noises Off, from €25, are on sale now through Ticketmaster.

See what audience members (including Lenny Henry) think of Noises Off!
 
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