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Win free tickets to see Isabella Rossellini!

LanguedocLiving, Oct 9

The Théâtre + Cinéma Scène Nationale Grand Narbonne have been kind enough to offer Languedoc Living readers some free tickets to their exciting new play Link Link, by Isabella Rossellini.

Link Link is a one-woman (and her dog) show by Golden Globe-nominated actress and film-maker Isabella Rossellini, it's a theatrical lecture with a comic twist.

The surreal new show is inspired by the animal world and based on scientific research. Rossellini transforms herself into Aristotle, René Descartes, a medieval theologian, Harvard Professor BF Skinner and Charles Darwin to explore, in her own unique way, what distinguishes humans from animals.

The play is partially in English, and partially in French, you can read more about it here.

The play is on the 16th October at 8pm.

There are 10 free tickets available. Write in to us now to be put into the draw to win a pair of tickets. There’s no catch, you might just win a free night out at the theatre, thanks to the Théâtre + Cinéma Scène Nationale Grand Narbonne!

Closing date for the draw is this Friday 12th October at 10am, so write in before then. The first five people drawn out of the hat on Friday will each win two tickets.  Please put your full name, postcode and email address into the email.  We will not use your details for anything other than this draw.

Good luck!

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