WIN: Tickets to see award-winning lesbian musical Fun Home at the Young Vic

Electrifying Broadway version of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel transfers to London this summer




Trust us, as with most shows at the Young Vic, people are going to be fighting to get their hands on tickets when this opens.


Winner of five Tony Awards, Fun Home follows Alison at three stages of her life as she explores her sexuality and her troubled relationship with her father.


Looking back on their complex relationship from a grown-up perspective, Alison finds they had more in common than she ever knew...



The brilliant cast has been announced to include some of the best musical theatre performers in the business including Jenna Russell (Merrily We Roll Along, Into the Woods) and Kaisa Hammarlund (Sweet Charity, As You Like It). 


Fun Home runs at the Young Vic from 18 Jun – 1 Sept. Tickets are available to book now from just £20. Click here to find out more


✨ Fancy winning a pair of tickets to see Fun Home, this summer at the Young Vic? To be in with a chance, all you have to do is sign up to the DIVA Newsletter using the form below 


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💬 One winner will be randomly drawn on 16 August 2018 and notified by DIVA Magazine. 

💬 Winners must be able to attend the performance of Fun Home at the Young Vic Theatre on Saturday 25 August at 7:30pm. Two tickets will be given to the winner. No cash alternative.

💬 Travel and accommodation is not included in the prize. All entries must be received before 1pm on Wednesday 15 August 2018.

💬 DIVA Magazine is to let the Young Vic know the name of the winner in advance and the tickets will then be made available for collection on the day.


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