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The Vintage Guide To London | December 18, 2017

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Win PR support for your vintage business with Magpies And I PR

February 1, 2013 |

Specialist vintage events organisers Magpies And I have launched a new PR agency supporting the talents of independent businesses – Magpies and I PR. You can now win a PR support package worth £150 for your own vintage business!
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Win tickets to the Doris Day season at BFI Southbank

November 27, 2012 |

Update: this competition is now closed!

Often under-appreciated, Doris Day is in fact one of Hollywood’s most consummate performers, as adept in drama as in the light comedies that made her name. The BFI now celebrates her legacy with a special Doris Day season, and we’re giving away a pair of tickets to watch a film of your choice.
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Win a pair of tickets to Backbeat

September 5, 2011 |

Backbeat – the adaptation of the 1994 film by Iain Softley on the birth of The Beatles – is rock ‘n’ rolling its way to London’s Duke of York Theatre for its West End premiere.

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Win: The Vintage Tea Party Book

August 11, 2011 |

London-based Vintage Patisserie is a vintage hosting company offering bespoke tea parties with the feel of a bygone era. Their parties include everything from music, makeovers and – of course – a customised menu of tea party treats that elevate … Read More

Win tickets to see Betty Blue Eyes

August 1, 2011 |

‘A NEW SMASH–HIT MUSICAL IS BORN Warm, witty, rude, loveable, dramatic, hilarious YOU CAN’T STOP LAUGHING’ ★★★★★ The Times

Cameron Mackintosh’s new hit British musical Betty Blue Eyes has recently opened to rave reviews in London’s West End.

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Win: DVD & book to accompany the BFI’s Boom Britain project

November 16, 2010 |

The BFI has just launched Boom Britain: documenting the nation’s life on film, a landmark project that will transform our understanding of British documentary cinema post-1945 and promises to be a revelation. New prints of many titles, newly restored by the BFI National Archive, will offer a fascinating view of British life which has been all but edited out of history – until now.

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