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#1 Post by AYBG » Fri Nov 13, 2009 12:11 am

Please subscribe to this thread if you are interested in free theatre/concert tickets, offered by seefilmfirst or otherwise.

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#2 Post by phunkygal » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:53 am

We have a few tickets available to an amazing show at Cadogan Hall on Friday evening: The Kings Singers

The King's Singers are back with another beautiful programme of songs!

Canti della Rosa combines music in honour of the Virgin Mary from the Renaissance to the present day, starting with Willaert's beautiful setting of Ave Virgo which is set above a cantus firmus of the plainsong, Inviolata Est. The five movements of a new work by Ivan Moody for The King's Singers describe different aspects of the adoration of Mary, and frame music by Byrd, Reger, Joubert, Pärt and Lassus. This programme will be performed without an interval.

Programme:
Adrian Willaert: Ave virgo sponsa Dei
Orlando di Lasso: Regina coeli
William Byrd: Beata viscera
Ivan Moody: Rosa I
Anon: There is no rose of such virtue
Trad. arr. Lawson Veni, veni Emmanuel
Ivan Moody: Maria e San Giuseppe
Philip Ledger: Advent calendar
Philip Radcliffe: Mary walked through a wood of thorn
Tchaikovsky arr. Lubbock: Crown of roses
Ivan Moody: Su Piantu 'e Maria
Juan de Padilla: Versa est in luctum
Max Reger: Das Agnus Dei
Ivan Moody: Non piangere per me
Max Reger: Morgengesang
Arvo Pärt: Bogoroditsye dyevo
Ivan Moody: Rosa II
John Joubert: There is no rose of such virtue

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Azerbaijan Cultural Concert TONIGHT and tomorrow (Chelsea)

#3 Post by cheekyweelassie » Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:32 pm

Tickets to Azerbaijan Cultural Concert tonight at Cadogan Hall: http://www.seefilmfirst.com code: 517441

We have a few returned/cancelled tickets available to an Azerbaijan Cultural Weekend at Cadogan on Saturday and Sunday Night.

About the event:

Orion Symphony Orchestra with Traditional musicians Azerbaijan Cultural Weekend in Chelsea at the Cadogan Hall
Since achieving independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, the diverse and vibrant Azerbaijani culture has undergone a considerable renaissance. The Azerbaijan Cultural Weekend is an attempt to redress the balance. Comprising an art and photography exhibition, music and dance performances, this is your opportunity to undergo an enriching cultural experience.

One of Londons newest and most exciting orchestras, the Orion Symphony Orchestra is one of Londons most exciting, dynamic and talented young orchestras. The musicians are graduates from the most prestigious music conservatoires in the UK and beyond.

This is a rare opportunity to hear some of the greatest Azerbaijani classical pieces, incorporating traditional instruments and singers, together with some of the most famous British music.
To download tickets go to http://www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code: 517441

More details on programme below:

Saturday Concert starting at 6:30pm

Azerbaijan State Dance Ensemble & Bakustic Jazz
Salman Gambarov (pianist and composer)
Rain Sultanov (saxes)
Ruslan Huseynov (bass)
Vagif Aliyev (drums)
Mircavad Jafarov (oud)

6.30pm: Azerbaijani Gala Concert. The opening part of the concert will showcase traditional dances performed by the Azerbaijan State Dance Ensemble, founded in 1970. Having performed across the world, this troupe is renowned for its exemplary choreography, vibrancy and athleticism. Dances will be interspersed by traditional music performed by a mix of experienced masters and child prodigies.
Baku (capital of Azerbaijan) has gained a worthy reputation as a vibrant jazz city. And now, London audiences have a rare chance to experience one of the city?s leading bands Bakustic Jazz. Specialising in a heady form of ethnojazz, the quartet is led by the distinguished pianist and composer Salman Gambarov.
Presented by The European Azerbaijan Society

SUNDAY 22nd November
Starting at 6:30 pm
Since achieving independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, the diverse and vibrant Azerbaijani culture has undergone a considerable renaissance. The Azerbaijan Cultural Weekend is an attempt to redress the balance. Comprising an art and photography exhibition, music and dance performances, this is your opportunity to undergo an enriching cultural experience.

Orion Symphony Orchestra with Traditional musicians and singers
Yalchin Adigezalov conductor

Programme:
Walton A Queens Fanfare
Amirov Azerbaijan Capriccio
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Greensleeves
Karayev The Seven Beauties Ballet Suite
Adigezalov Garabag Shikestesi Oratorio

Intermission

Hajibeyov Caravan
Walton Crown Imperial
Niyazi Gara Gile
Karayev The Path of Thunder Ballet Suite

One of Londons newest and most exciting orchestras, the Orion Symphony Orchestra is one of Londons most exciting, dynamic and talented young orchestras. The musicians are graduates from the most prestigious music conservatoires in the UK and beyond.
This is a rare opportunity to hear some of the greatest Azerbaijani classical pieces, incorporating traditional instruments and singers, together with some of the most famous British music.
and singers
Yalchin Adigezalov conductor

Programme:
Walton A Queens Fanfare
Amirov Azerbaijan Capriccio
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Greensleeves
Karayev The Seven Beauties Ballet Suite
Adigezalov Garabag Shikestesi Oratorio

Intermission

Hajibeyov Caravan
Walton Crown Imperial
Niyazi Gara Gile
Karayev The Path of Thunder Ballet Suite (excerpts)

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Re: Free Theatre/Concert Thread

#4 Post by phunkygal » Mon Nov 23, 2009 12:29 pm

We have a few returned/cancelled tickets available for tonights performance starting at 7pm.

High School musical 2

Summer time! School's out -- and the Wildcats are back for an all new adventure. Join Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan and the rest of the East High gang as they dive into the enchanted world of Lava Springs Country Club and put their talent to the ultimate test! Theater of the Stars is proud to follow-up the astonishing success of our production of Disney's High School Musical last January with the Professional Premiere of the highly anticipated sequel -- Disney's High School Musical 2
Your Seefilmfirst Voucher must be redeemed at the box office for allocated seating tickets between 5.30pm and 6.30pm tonight.

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Palace Theatre Manchester Monday 23 Nov 7.00 PM
(apperently its at the opera house though)

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Comedy at King's Place, Thursday, 26 November

#5 Post by ejwrank » Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:14 am

We have a few tickets available for a Comedy Night at Kings Place tomorrow, 26th November at 8pm (vouchers must be redeemed for tickets at the box office between 7pm and 7.30pm).

To download tickets simply go to http://www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code: 413961

Kings Place Comedy Night: The Details

Headliner: Rob Deering
Support: Naz Osmanoglu
MC: Ray Peacock
Rob Deering - Over the years award winning comedian Rob Deering has cemented his reputation as one of the countries finest stand ups, taking six solo shows to the Edinburgh Festival, headlining major comedy clubs throughout Britain and taking part in Paramount Comedy's Edinburgh and Beyond live tour. On TV Rob's stand up appearances include The World Comedy Tour (Granada), The World Stands Up and Edinburgh and Beyond (Paramount Comedy Channel). Rob has also presented Soapstar Superstar 2007 - Bonus Tracks (ITV2) and Strictly Dance Fever 2006 (BBC Three), appeared on Annually Retentive (BBC Three) and Never Mind The Full Stops (BBC Two) and on Big Brother's Big Mouth (Channel 4/E4) as a regular guest. Additionally Rob provided the daily red button coverage for ITV's latest series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! for which he wrote and performed his own VTs on the shows latest events. However he may still be best known for drinking his own wee on 99 Things To Do Before You Die (Five). On the radio Rob has featured on Banter, Four From The Store, Four From The Fringe (BBC Radio 4), and Jammin' (BBC Radio 2). He has written and starred in three series' of the Saturday afternoon comedy show Out To Lunch (BBC Radio 2). 2008 saw Rob return to the Edinburgh Festival with his brand new solo show BOOBS 2008. In Autumn last year Rob began hosting Comedy Congregation, a monthly night of serious laughs, impromptu music and sinful good times in London's glamorous Madame Jojos, with recent headliner's including Russell Howard, Stewart Lee and Lucy Porter.
"As sharp and versatile as a Swiss Army knife, Rob Deering is one of the best performers currently on the circuit." The Independent
Naz Osmanoglu - Winner of the Amused Moose Laugh-off Competition and Runner-up in So You Think You're Funny, Naz Osmanoglu, has hit the London comedy circuit running. Already a fringe veteran with acclaimed, irreverent sketch trio WitTank, he is now diverting his angry Anglo-Turkish energy to stand-up as well as sketch comedy...
"He is a name to remember, however difficult that might be. Very confident, very original and tightly performed" Richard Herring
"There are probably more original and fresh ideas in the first ten minutes of Wit Tank than many sketch shows fit into an entire hour." **** Chortle

Ray Peacock is one of the most popular comperes, headline performers and TV warm up acts on the circuit. In 2007 Ray began presenting his Chortle hosted Ray Peacock Podcast alongside Ed Gamble and Raji James. Available on iTunes, the last two series of the podcast culminated with special, series finale live audience recordings. As an actor Ray's TV credits include, No Heroics (ITV2), Doctor Who (BBC One), Skins (E4) Doctors (BBC One), Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV1), The 11 O'clock Show (Channel 4), Skin Deep (Channel 4) and Les Dawson's Finest Hour (Channel 4). It was as part of the highly successful Big and Daft comedy trio that Ray first came to prominence. The trio enjoyed their own BBC London radio series, three consecutive years of sell-out Edinburgh Festival shows and their own series for the BBC's PlayUK, Terrorville. After performing in the Comedy Zone at the 2002 Edinburgh Festival Ray went on to take two solo shows to Edinburgh.

"Hecklers be warned - take Peacock on and you might just spark off the second War of the Roses." Metro
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Re: Free Theatre/Concert Thread

#6 Post by bevvy » Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:47 am

We have a few tickets available for LOVE AND OTHER MAGIC TRICKS at Stratford Circus on 28th November.



Standnotamazed are proud to present a double bill of theatre and cabaret showcasing the finest in contemporary magic, bringing the inaugural Festival of Magic at Stratford Circus to a close.

To download tickets go to http://www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code: 509413

Love and Other Magic Tricks
Winner Best Production Buxton Fringe
Nominated for Best New Writing
Love is like a magic trick | You can try and work it out | But that would spoil the fun?


The SFF site says that it is on Thursday at 7am! and so does the ticket. But the Circus website confirms that the date in the e-mail is the correct one and it is at 7pm


http://www.stratford-circus.com/events/ ... /magic.htm

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Saatchi Gallery & Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools Vie

#7 Post by anakin » Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:35 pm

Not a gig or show, but... Apply for a pair of free tickets to a private viewing of the Saatchi Gallery-Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools on December 2nd.

The Saatchi Gallery and Sunday Telegraph have joined forces to invite readers to an exclusive evening at the gallery on the King’s Road, London on Wednesday, December 2 2009.

From 7pm-9pm, you will be able to preview the shortlisted works for The Saatchi Gallery/Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools by children from around the world, alongside works by the winners and runners-up chosen by the panel of judges, including artists Antony Gormley, Peter Blake, The Sunday Telegraph's art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon, Ekow Eshun and Camila Batmanghelidjh, the CEO of Kids Company. During the evening drinks will be served, with prizes of £24,000 being awarded to the winning schools, winning pupils and runners-up.

To apply for a pair of tickets, please email events@telegraph.co.uk.

Telegraph readers attending the exclusive evening will also receive a complimentary glass of prosecco and dessert when they order a main course in Gallery Mess, the Saatchi Gallery’s café, restaurant and bar (which is open every evening until 11.30pm).

This offer is open until 30 November 2009 and can be redeemed on presentation of your Telegraph booking reference.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/promotions/6 ... hools.html
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Re: Free Theatre/Concert Thread

#8 Post by superhero » Mon Nov 30, 2009 12:38 pm

Free tickets for Michael Jackson exhibition for Sky customers on 22nd January at the O2 bubble:

http://www.media-promotions.com/skyeven ... ooking.php

Password is MJSKY

The website is run very similarly to booking for film tickets via sky

I know this is not strictly a theatre or concert, but I think this is the most appropriate thread for it, unless we start another lenghty discussion with a free exhibition thread! hehe...

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CHANGE - 03/12/09 @ 2.30pm (Garrick Theatre)

#9 Post by anakin » Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:54 pm

Seefilmfirst have a few returns/cancelled tickets for the amazing show: CHANGE, at the Garrick for the Matinee on Thursday 3rd December at 2.30pm.

CHANGE

The world's greatest quick-change artist Arturo Brachetti presents the world premiere of his new show written and directed by Sean Foley. In an amazing display of virtuosic skill that simply has to be seen to be believed, Arturo Brachetti brings over one hundred characters to the stage in a unique and spectacular show. From James Bond to the Queen via Johnny Rotten, he transforms between characters in the blink of an eye in an astonishing display of the time-honoured art of quick change.

Arturo's own distinct brands of humour and charm combine with eye-popping illusions in a show that tells the story of a famed entertainer whose memories of his illustrious career come to life.

www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code 768423

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CHANGE - TONIGHT @ 7.30

#10 Post by anakin » Wed Dec 02, 2009 9:51 am

Same details as the post before, expect it's for tonight @ 7.30.

www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code 768423

Dont forget: Seefilmfirst voucher must be redeemed for allocated seating tickets at the box office between 6.30 and 7pm on day of performance. Box Office reserve right to refuse late admittance.
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