WIN 2 tickets to see The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at The Bristol Hippodrome!

WIN 2 tickets to see The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at The Bristol Hippodrome!

Posted on: 10 Jan 2019

Competition time! 365Bristol.com is giving one lucky winner two tickets to see The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Bristol Hippodrome! 

 

Grab your tickets here! 

Competition time!

From Tuesday 12th February to Saturday 16th February 2019, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery – a hilarious new comedy – will be at The Bristol Hippodrome! One lucky winner will grab two tickets for Tuesday, February 12th at 7.30pm.

 

Ocean’s Eleven meets the Marx Brothers in this dynamite new comedy now in its third year in the West End! Following the phenomenal sell-out success of their multi-award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre returns with their latest smash hit, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.

 

A priceless diamond has been entrusted to the city bank, an institution so corrupt that even the security guards are on the take. Can it be safely stored or will it all go horribly wrong? Don’t miss this smash-and-grab hit comedy, guaranteed to deliver swag loads of laughter.  Missing it would be criminal!

 

‘So, how do I enter?!’

 

To enter, go to our Contact Page, and fill in your contact details with ‘The Comedy About A Bank Robbery' in the message box. The last day to enter this fantastic competition will be 1st February 2019. The winner will be announced 2nd February 2019. One winner will receive two tickets for the show on Tuesday, February 12th at 7.30pm. Good luck!

 

Not sure you’ll be that lucky winner? You can secure tickets of your own now! Ticket prices range from £16.65 to £40.55 including transaction fee.

 

The Bristol Hippodrome is located St Augustine's Parade, Bristol BS1 4UZ.


Article by:

Kate Hutchison

Kate is a second-year Philosophy student at the University of Bristol. Alongside helping to run the online side of the university's independent student newspaper, Kate regularly contributes to music platforms in the city. You can follow Kate on Twitter at @katefhutchison