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We have exciting news everyone!

From tomorrow and over the course of the next twelve days, we will be launching our 12 Plays of Christmas giveaway event.

Superb pun I hear you say, but what does it all mean?

We have teamed up with some of the best and brightest theatre-minded organisations to deliver you all some festive cheer this Christmas – from the 2nd to the 13th of December we will be giving away a different prize every day in association with a different company.

There are some wonderful organisations involved who have donned some Christmas spirit by donating lots of superb prizes – we’d obviously love to tell you all about them, but we think surprises are always that little bit better aren’t they…

How do you enter? Well, it’s completely free and couldn’t be simpler.

For each day of our 12 Plays of Christmas giveaway, we will post on our Facebook & Twitter pages with details of that daily prize and all you have to do is simply like & share (Facebook) or like & retweet (Twitter) that post on either Facebook or Twitter to enter!

There are some great prizes on offer and while it may be tempting to enter on both Facebook and Twitter, we don’t appreciate such sneakiness so you may run the risk of disqualification if you try it…

Posts will be live from 10am on their respective days and all entries will be valid until 8am the following day.

Winners will be picked at random and will be announced on our social media. We will get in touch with them personally to give them a big congratulations but also let them know the details of how to claim their prize.

It’s a really simple competition, but if you want to study more of our boring, legal bits then you can view our Terms and Conditions here.

We hope you manage to win yourself some theatrical-based Christmas cheer this December – Thank You and Good Luck!

Tom Chivers

The Founder of How To Do Theatre, Tom is heavily involved in all aspects of this online theatre magazine and wants to help create a fantastic resource for everyone who may need it. He is also a graduate of the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Young Writers course so when not writing for this website he is off scribbling plays of his own.