August 22, 2008
WIN Theatre Tickets and Hotel Stay ; BT
WE'VE teamed up with BT Tradespace to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Matthew Bourne's Dorian Gray at the King's Theatre in Edinburgh next Saturday.
The prize includes a night's accommodation and breakfast at the Radisson SAS Edinburgh on the Royal Mile.
Matthew Bourne's Dorian Gray is set in the image-obsessed world of arts and politics. It tells the story of an alluring man who makes a pact with the devil. Amongst London's beautiful people, Dorian Gray is the It Boy - an icon of beauty and truth in anincreasingly ugly world.
Launched in April 2007, BT Tradespace is an innovative marketing and advertising service for businesses that combines a business directory with a new way to buy and sell online.
The service is free to join and allows businesses to quickly and easily create and post content on the web as well as interact and engage with their customers through the use of blogs, podcasts, photos and videos. With www.bttradespace.com, anyone canbuy and sell products and services, find a business and network with like-minded people, helping to boost sales and exposure.
For your chance to enter, answer this question: Who wrote the original The Picture of Dorian Gray?
a) Oscar Wilde
b) Oscar de La Renta
c) Oscar the Grouch
Call 0901 609 3210 and follow instructions or text DR3210 followed by a space, your answer, name, house number and postcode to 84080.
Terms and conditions: Competition closes at noon on Monday, August 25, 2008. The prize entitles winner to one pair of tickets, valid on Saturday, August 30 only. Accommodation is valid on Saturday, August 30 and includes one twin room. Travel is notincluded. BT landline calls cost 60p/min for two minutes max. Calls from other networks may be higher. Texts cost pounds 1.50 each plus std network rate. Open to UK residents aged 18 and over only. Std Trinity Mirror rules apply, seewww.dailyrecord.co.uk/ rules. Service Provider: Eckoh UK Ltd, PO Box 206 HP3 9ST. Helpline: +44(0) 1442 450 707, national dialling rates apply.
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