You can buy tickets (£3) for any of the four screening events if you didn’t win in the Metro’s competition which closed earlier in the week (you’ll hear by 5pm today if you’ve won). Click on the small arrow next to the ‘available date’ shown to select one of the other events.
Enter to win tickets before 5pm Tuesday 6 October 2015 in this competition from the Metro newspaper. You can also buy tickets (£3) for each of the four screening events (see below) here. Winners will be notified by 5pm on Friday 9 October.
To celebrate Charlie Higson‘s new series of Jekyll and Hyde, which will be shown on ITV this month, there’s an opportunity to win 10 pairs of tickets to one of four preview screening events. As part of the experience guests will step back in time to the 1930s and visit “Dr Jekyll’s laboratory and his alter ego Mr Hyde’s favourite saloon bar” – you’ll get to taste potions (mocktails) too before the screening and it will all take place in an “underground location in the heart of central London”.
The music for this series has been composed by David Arnold and Michael Price and orchestrated by Anthony Weeden, and recorded at AIR Studios (which is currently under threat, please sign the petition). This is the same team behind the excellent music for #Sherlock. (The music in the trailer below is library music though.)
The event-screenings will take place at these times on these dates
- Friday 23 October – 6-8pm
- Friday 23 October – 9-11pm
- Saturday 24 October – 3-5.30pm
- Saturday 24 October – 8-10.30pm
“This prize is non-refundable and may not be exchanged for cash. Tickets are subject to availability. The promotion closes at 5pm on Tuesday, October 6, 2015, and winners will be notified by 5pm on Friday 9th October. The promoter is Metro, usual Metro promotional rules apply – see metro.co.uk/T&C for full details.” – the T&C link given actually goes nowhere but I’ve found this which probably does the job: http://metro.co.uk/2012/12/04/usual-promotion-rules-3284595/
“Age: PG (Children are welcome to this event but we would recommend the screening would only be suitable for 10+. However if children younger than 10 would like to attend we’re happy for parents to use their discretion).”
Keen-eyed readers of this blog will note that Friday 23rd October is also the date on which David Arnold will be in Lucerne, Switzerland with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus (conducted by Ludwig Wicki), for ‘The music of David Arnold‘ – some discounted tickets are available too.