HOW TO DO THEATRE’S 12 PLAYS OF CHRISTMAS

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HOW TO DO THEATRE (HTDT) IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THEIR 12 PLAYS OF CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY EVENT, A DAILY PRIZE GIVEAWAY FEATURING SOME TRULY EXCITING THEATRICAL ORGANISATIONS!

HTDT is a recently established, Liverpool-based online theatre magazine that aims to act as a resource for the jobbing theatre-maker. Founded by Tom Chivers, and contributed to by writers across the UK, the company hopes to nurture the theatre culture within Liverpool, the North West and beyond.

Dedicated to helping theatre makers learn their craft at whatever stage of their career they may be in, How To Do Theatre have decided to try and spread some joy this Christmas. They have been hosting a daily giveaway competition where a unique prize will is given away by in association with a different theatre-based company each and every day for the twelve days that it is running.

The competition has been running since December 2nd and has already included some fabulous prizes from The Unity Theatre, Oberon Books, The Liverpool Playhouse, The Liverpool Royal Court and even the Royal Court in London… and there are still 7 days left to go!

Tom Chivers, HTDT’s founder, said that:

“It’s great to get so many brilliant organisations involved in this prize giveaway to spread a bit of Christmas cheer across the holiday season. We’ve had some great prizes given away so far and there’s some even more fantastic one’s to give away over the next 7 days.

From tickets to the theatre, or play publications to bulk up your bookshelves with – there’s something to suit everyone in this giveaway!”

To enter, all it takes is a Facebook or a Twitter account. For each daily giveaway, there will be a new post on the How To Do Theatre Facebook and Twitter and all you will have to do is like & share/retweet either post.

There are some fantastic prizes on offer by some very generous organisations, so be sure to follow How To Do Theatre’s Facebook & Twitter to win yourself some theatrical goodies!

We’ll be keeping our fingers crossed that you win & will be featuring How To Do Theatre again over the coming months, as it’s one of our favourite independent sites, with a founder with a firm focus on giving back to theatre professionals and to all of his readers. If this feature’s whet your appetite for noodling on the internet, rather than facing your ever expanding to do list, might we tempt you with a few more features on our lifestyle page..? Thanks for reading!

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