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Free Competition - CLOSED
Courtesy of MCD Promotions Soccer-Ireland.com can offer you the chance to win two tickets to the hilarious and hugely entertaining Singin' I'm No A Billy He's A Tim.
What happens when you lock up a Celtic fan? What happens when you lock up a Celtic fan with a Rangers fan? What happens when you lock up a Celtic fan with a Rangers fan on the day of the Old Firm match?
Des Dillon creates the situation and watches the sparks fly as Billy and Tim clash in a rage of sectarianism and deep-seated hatred. When children have been steeped in bigotry since birth, is it possible for them to change their views?
Here is your opportunity to see this great stage production at the Olympia Theatre on Friday 1st October 2010 - for free. To win this great prize all you have to do is email us with the name of the page on this website that the following quote by Celtic great, Jock Stein, appears:
"Celtic jerseys are not for second best, they don't shrink to fit inferior players"
Congratulations to Competition Winner : Aidan Fitzsimons, Mountjoy Sq., Dublin 1
More Information About: Singin' I'm No A Billy He's A Tim
Billy, a die-hard Rangers fan, and Tim, a faithful Celtic supporter, are locked up together on the day of the Old Firm Match. Can Harry the ever watchful turnkey keep them apart?
NLPs phenomenally successful production Singing Im No a Billy, Hes a Tim is returns to The Olympia Theatre, Dublin for 1 performance only on Friday 1 October, 2010. Tickets are on sale now.
Singin' I'm No Billy, He's A Tim featuring Scott Kyle winner of The Best Stage Actor at the Edinburgh Festival this year!
Cast includes Artistic Director Scott Kyle, who trained at the Glasgow College of Nautical Studies, Colin Little, who has worked with Baldy Bane, and James Millar.
Previous runs of the show have been described by The Guardian as reaching the parts that other theatre cant reach, as well as one of the shortest and most gripping two-hour shows in current Scottish theatre by The Scotsman.
No Limit People Theatre Company was set up in 2005 by Scott Kyle, whose intention was to make a positive contribution to the arts industry in Scotland. NLP Theatre aims to produce work that will entertain and entice new audiences along to the theatre, increasing the amount of people attending theatre throughout Scotland.
Written by Des Dillon / Directed by Stephen Cafferty / Cast: Scott Kyle, Colin Little and James Millar
Tickets €30.00 including booking fee. / On Sale: Now
The Olympia Theatre, Dublin
Doors: 7:30pm / Kick Off: 8:00pm