WIN two tickets to the Library Theatre Company’s A Doll’s House: On the eighth day of Christmas The Lowry gave to me…

Watch this video and answer the following question to be in with a chance of winning two tickets to the Library Theatre Company’s A Doll’s House at The Lowry, Thu 24 February – Sat 12 March: 

Q: How long were the Library Theatre Company based at Manchester Central Library?

 A: 58 years 

Email your answer to competitions@thelowry.com. Include the show title, ‘A Doll’s House’ in the subject line of your email. All Twelve Trailers of Christmas competitions close at midnight Wed 5 January 2011. Full competition details.

 

I don’t know about you but I’m just about recovered from last night’s frivolities?! Now looking forward to another fabulous year of theatre, exhibitions and activities at The Lowry.

We welcome in the New Year with a behind the scenes documentary recording Manchester Library Theatre’s last performance at their former home, made by Greg Bevan.

Their next production, A Doll’s House by Henry Ibsen, will be their third at The Lowry following Arcadia and A Christmas Carol which finishes Sat 8 January.

A Doll’s House Cast News
Emma Cunniffe is set to take the lead role of Nora. You may recognise Emma from the BBC’s raunchy mini-series The Lakes and other TV shows including Clocking Off and Flesh and Blood, in which she co-starred alongside Christopher Eccleston. 

 

Follow The Lowry’s Twelve Trailers of Christmas competition on Facebook and on Twitter @The_Lowry #lowryxmas12

Answer all 12 correctly to be entered into a special prize draw. 

Enter previous ticket competitions:

The first day of Christmas – Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Cinderella  

The second day of Christmas – National Theatre’s Hamlet

The third day of Christmas – Footloose

The fourth day of Christmas – David McAlmont

The fifth day of Christmas – Opera North’s The Merry Widow

The sixth day of Christmas – Goodnight Mister Tom

The seventh day of Christmas – Andi Osho

 

 

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