The Bramley has teamed up with Thoresby Riding Hall to offer readers the chance to WIN two free tickets to a performance of Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem on Tuesday 22nd September at 7pm.

Jerusalem is brought to Thoresby Riding Hall, near Ollerton, by Theatre Imp, a social enterprise developed to enable innovative and exciting theatre based projects across Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.

"The dawning of 23rd April, St George's Day, Shakespeare's birthday and the day of the legendary Flintock Fair. Johnny Bryon wakes to find out that, once again, he is a wanted man. The council wants to evict him and his young son wants him to take him to the fair! An angry father wants to give him a good kick in and the local youths want him to supply them with copious amounts of alcohol and drugs....Oh and the May Queen has gone missing"

Jez Butterworth's fourth play is a wonderful, rollicking, dark comedy about contemporary life in rural England. The performance is recommended for 12 years and above as there are some drug and sexual references.

Theatre Imp is performing three times: Saturday 22nd at 7pm and Sunday 23rd at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are £10 each and are available to book now on 01623 822009.

Competition

To be in with a chance of winning two free tickets to the production just answer this simple question: What date does St George's Day fall on?
Please email your answer along with your contact details to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., alternatively use the Contact Us section on our website or post your answer to: Bramley Publications Lt, 1 Appletree Close, Southwell, Notts, NG25 0AN. Closing date: Tuesday 11th August. Good Luck!