[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park

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Shakespeare’s appeal is timeless. That, perhaps, is the reason why Singapore’s Repertory Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park has become a highly anticipated annual event in Singapore’s cultural calendar and is returning for the ninth time. Taking place at Fort Canning Park from 29 April to 24 May 2015, the outdoor theatre experience this year is set to be a stunning production of The Tempest.

In the past, Shakespeare in the Park has been characterised by lavish sets by an impressive creative team and seasoned actors. This year, the production is said to be the grandest to date, with the tallest set ever built in Singapore. The cast features Julie Wee as Miranda, Tim Wan as Ferdinand and Simon Robson – one of the finest actors in the UK – as Prospero.

The Tempest will be performed Wednesday through Sunday from 29 April, with dedicated student nights on Fridays. The gates will open at 6.30 pm for ticket holders to select spots to picnic. Performances commence at 7 pm.

GIVEAWAY

Good news for those who are fans of Shakespeare’s plays! We are giving away a pair of tickets for the 3 May performance of The Tempest. To win, simply:

The contest ends at 11.59 pm on 29 April 2015.


What: Shakespeare in the Park

Where: Fort Canning Park, Singapore

When: Previews on 29 and 30 April 2015; Performances from 1 May to 24 May 2015.

Tickets: Prices for tickets start at $45. Call SISTIC at 6348 5555 or book online.

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11 Comments

  1. I definitely want to watch this with my girlfriend, Eisabess! She’s an English Literature Major and she’ll definitely go flipping crazy if we get our hands on this hahaha.

  2. I’d love to catch up with Shakespeare’s beautifully written works and bring my Mum to see this for Mothers’ day! She used to be a literature major, and I’m sure she would love to watch Shakespeare brought to life!

  3. I want to watch it with my husband, Kenrick. I want to thank him for the love he had given to me in the past decade.

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