Following two smash hit West End runs and a successful nationwide campaign trail, the award-winning YES, PRIME MINISTER has been updated and voted back into London!
Taking up residence in the heart of Whitehall, this hilarious comedy by original BBC writers Antony Jay & Jonathan Lynn thrusts the much-loved characters Sir Humphrey Appleby and Jim Hacker into the chaos of 21st century coalition politics. With the threat of financial meltdown just hours away, and the only hope of rescue resting on a morally dubious deal with the Foreign Minister of Kumranistan, the stage is set for a riotous comedy of sex, scandal and scheming.
To enter the draw for one of three pairs of tickets to the show just like our Facebook page before midnight Tuesday 24th July. We'll let you know if you got lucky.
Terms and Conditions
1. The prize is one of three pairs of tickets for Yes, Prime Minister at Trafalgar Studios, Whitehall.
2. Prize tickets will be valid for Mon-Fri performances until 31st August 2012, subject to availability.
3. There is no cash alternative to the prizes, they are non-refundable and non-transferable and not for resale.
4. Only users who 'like' politics.co.uk's Facebook page before 23:59:00 on Tuesday July 24th 2012 will be entered into the draw.
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6. Only one entry per person and you must be over 18 years old.
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11. The competition shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales.