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Race: Win with Hampstead Theatre and Bradleys Restaurant

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THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND A WINNER HAS BEEN SELECTED

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To celebrate the opening of David Mamet’s play, Race, we’ve teamed up with award-winning restaurant Bradleys to give you the chance to win a pair of tickets and a pre-theatre meal.

A hotel room in disarray – lamps broken, cigarette butts, liquor bottles – a red sequin dress, and a man accused of rape… The accused white, the accuser black.

Two lawyers, one black and one white, have to uncover and sift through the facts of the case: is the man guilty? And, irrespective of that, can his case be won?

Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet’s (Glengarry Glen Ross, Oleanna, The Untouchables and Speed-the-Plow) play offers a topical detective story about the perceptions and realities that colour our world – and the subtle shades between being a victim and being victimised.

To win answer the following question correctly:

David Mamet won his Pulitzer Prize in 1984 for which play?

a. Glengarry Glen Ross
b. Speed-The-Plow
c. Oleanna

Send your answer to competitions@hampsteadtheatre.com by Tuesday 28 May 11am for your chance to win.

Terms and conditions:
Dinner voucher to be used on the same evening of the chosen performance
Tickets and meal cannot be exchanged for cash
The winner must respond within 48 hours of being contacted

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