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WIN: Tickets to see Moscow Ballet perform The Nutcracker

Classic show brought to Ireland for four days this week only by one of the world’s greatest dance companies. Will you be there?

Updated 11 Oct, 10.22am: Thanks to everyone for entering the competition. The tickets have now been distributed to winners for all four shows.

THINK BALLET AND what springs to mind? Russian prima ballerinas? Classic shows like The Nutcracker?

The absolute cream of ballet is coming to Ireland this week with the Moscow Ballet performing Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. It’s five years since Irish audiences have had a chance to be wowed by the flawless choreography of the Nutcracker by one of the world’s most impressive dance companies.

The show is here for four nights only, from Thursday to Sunday, 13-16 October, following sell-out shows in Canada, the US, Africa and mainland Europe.

But luckily for you, we have a set of tickets to give away for each night of the show in Drogheda, Limerick, Dublin and Cork.

All you have to do is email your name, address and contact number to competitions@thejournal.ie – don’t forget to put the location of the show you would like to attend in the subject line of your email, eg, The Nutcracker – Drogheda.

Winners will be notified tomorrow morning.

These are the details for each show if you are not lucky enough to win a set of tickets:

Thursday 13 Oct -The TLT, Drogheda Tickets €35/40 from www.thetlt.ie 041 987 8560

Friday 14 Oct - UCH, Limerick €25/30 Family €100 from www.uch.ie 061 331549

Saturday 15 Oct - Convention Centre, Dublin €35, €45, €50 family €120 from www.ticketmaster.ie 0818719300

Sunday 16 Oct -Cork Opera House €35, €40, €42 family €120 from www.corkoperahouse.ie 021 427 0022.

All tickets inclusive of booking fees.

What to expect? Oh just this…


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