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Win! Tickets to Chapatti at GIAF

1 of 1 John Mahony and Penny Slusher star in Chapatti
John Mahony and Penny Slusher star in Chapatti

This competition is now closed, the winners are Grace Mary Kelly and Neil O'Shea.

We have two pairs of tickets to giveaway for Chapatti on Saturday 19 July at the Galway International Arts Festival.

Chapatti, by Galway playwright Christian O'Reilly, makes its European debut at the festival following a critically acclaimed world-premiere run in Chicago this spring.

Festival favourite John Mahoney from TV's Fraiser returns to the Galway stage following his superb performance in The Outgoing Tide in 2012. He stars alongside Penny Slusher who made her festival debut in Stella & Lou last year.

The GIAF 2014 is taking place from July 14 - 27 and features an exciting mix of international and Irish artists.

Among this year's highlights is the world premiere of Ballyturk starring Cillian Murphy and Stephen Rea and the much-loved Panti who will perform a theatrical comedy show.

A top line-up of musicians will perform live at the Festival Big Top, including The National, The Coronas, Imelda May, The Waterboys and Declan O'Rourke.

To celebrate this exciting programme, we are giving you the chance to win 2 pairs of tickets to Chapatti on July 19.

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning a pairs of tickets, simply answer the following question:

When is the Galway International Arts Festival taking place?

Email answers to tencompetitions@rte.ie stating your full name, address and contact number with 'Chapatti' in the subject line.

Terms and conditions apply. General RTÉ Competition rules apply, a copy of which is viewable here. This competition will close on July 11 2014. One entry per person. There is no cash alternative and decision is final. Prize is non-transferrable. Prize is for two tickets to Deep on Wednesday July 16 at the Galway International Arts Festival.

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