Win tickets to see The Arabian Nights at the Tricyle Theatre

PUBLISHED: 15:52 21 November 2012 | UPDATED: 16:41 23 November 2012

Win tickets to see The Arabian Nights

Win tickets to see The Arabian Nights


The Times has five pairs to see Indhu Rubasingham’s second production at the Kilburn playhouse up for grabs

Indhu Rubasingham, the Tricycle Theatre’s new artistic director, will be presenting her second production ‘The Arabian Nights’ on November 30.

The play is a family-friendly take on the classic fable over the Christmas period.

It begins in Baghdad, where a young woman starts a revolution against the evil king who governs their land.

For three years, King Shahryar has taken bloody vengeance against the women of his city, marrying a new bride every night before killing her in the morning.

But Scheherazade, his latest bride and our heroine, is determined to stop the bloodshed using the only weapons she has – her wit and imagination.

Night after night, the king’s newest bride weaves tales of seduction, silliness and suspense. But how long can her stories save her?

Directed by Lu Kemp of the award-winning theatre company Inspector Sands, The Arabian Nights is a good bet for a family Christmas theatre trip with a difference.

It runs until January 12 at the Kilburn High Road venue.

The Times has five pairs of tickets to see The Arabian Nights to giveaway to five luck Times’ readers.

TO be in with a chance of winning answer the following question: What is the name of the town where the beginning of the play is based?

Eemail your answer to Please title your email ‘competition’.

Closing date is November 30 at 3pm.

Tickets valid for Monday – Thursday performances until December 15, excluding December 6.

Winning tickets will be subject to availability and cannot be exchanged for any cash equivalent or alternative prize.

Tickets must be booked in advance and collected from the Box Office on arrival at least 30minutes prior to the performance time.

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