WIN! Two tickets to the European premiere of The Gulf

This award-winning play centres around a lesbian relationship



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Would you like to win a pair of tickets to a brilliant play about a lesbian relationship? Then read on...

 

M. Green Productions present The Gulf written by Audrey Cefaly, Tuesday 17 April - Saturday 5 May .

 

Dive into the European Premiere of the award-winning play The Gulf.

 

Lovers Betty and Kendra waste away a languid summer day fishing on the Alabama Delta. Stranded on a boat together, they are forced to confront their differences and untangle the issues they’re faced with.

 

With a lesbian relationship at the heart of the play, The Gulf is an honest representation of the challenges all relationships can endure, no matter the sexuality.

 

“I’M NOT THE ANSWER, BABY. I’M NOT. I’M JUST ME.”

 

★★★★★“CANDID, HONEST AND DAMN REAL” DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

 

HOW TO ENTER

All you have to do to enter is tweet @DIVAmagazine or Facebook @DIVAmagazine and tell us the name of your favourite play. Make sure you include the hashtag #DIVAGulf.

 

Ts & Cs

- subject to availability

- travel not included

- tickets valid for all performances excluding Thursday 19 April and all Friday or Saturday night performances.

 

For more info about The Gulf visit: tristanbatestheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-gulf.

 

 

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