Win a pair of tickets to see Curtains the Musical on tour!

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Curtains the MusicalIt’s murder putting on a new musical – literally! The star of a new Broadway-bound musical has been murdered on stage on opening night! The entire cast and crew are suspects. Time to call in the local detective, Frank Cioffi. With a nose for crime and an ear for music, Frank tries to find the killer whilst giving the show a lifeline.

Starring Jason Manford (The Producers, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Guys and Dolls) and Carley Stenson (Les Miserables, Legally Blonde, Shrek, Spamalot and Hollyoaks), this hilarious whodunnit is packed full of catchy songs, unforgettable characters and plot twists galore! From creators of Cabaret and Chicago, this Tony award-winning backstage murder mystery musical will have audiences laughing and guessing right to the final curtain.

Visiting tour venues nationwide until April 2020. Please visit for more information and to book your tickets! 

How to win a pair of tickets to see Curtains the Musical

Simply tell us below which is your favourite West End musical (past or present) and why. The competition closes on 31 December 2019, and the judges will select and notify the winner in early January 2020.

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One reader will win a pair of tickets to see Curtains The Musical valid for the performance date and tour venue of the winner’s choice until 11 April 2020. Subject to availability. No cash alternative available. Travel and accommodation not included.


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  • Sedona
    20 days ago
    Les Mis was my first Musical. The whole musical was set on this amazing scenery in centre of stage. It just revolved for each scene. It has always stayed with me, especially how Javert could jump off bridge and look like he fell a long way. Incredible!
  • Epicurious
    23 days ago
    I seen this one a few times 'Les Misérables' it affects me physically, emotionally, and leaves me wanting always wanting more like 'Oliver'.
  • KazzyB
    24 days ago
    I have not had the chance to see many musicals but love We will Rock you
  • Deborahp
    25 days ago
    Love Les Miserables, fallen in love with Six , really enjoyed Jamie , I just love musicals. Xx
  • Ian_31
    25 days ago
    Kinky Boots - fantastic show
  • jillandio
    26 days ago
    The Lion King - amazing show.
  • maurwin
    26 days ago
    My Fair Lady , just love it !
  • Saracens-Girl
    29 days ago
    Hair. Saw it in 1969. It was a revelation and a revolution that spoke to the young. Who'd have thought that musical would change the theatre for ever
  • Tiberius
    29 days ago
    An Inspector Calls
  • fairysue
    30 days ago
    Matilda - so clever and amusing
  • Barton285
    about 1 month ago
    So many to choose from, my daughter is training in this field and we usually see ones which are probably not the most famous ones but I will go for All About Jamie.
  • Rainshine
    about 1 month ago
    Very hard to choose. An old would be The King & I. This was my very first theatre experience & had the amazing Yul Bryner as the lead. The man got a 20 minute standing ovation by simply walking on stage. A newer one would be 9 to 5. Laughed so much my face & stomach hurt
  • Quirilus
    about 1 month ago
    The last musical I saw was starlight express with my dear mum many years ago. I would love to have seen the sound of music, which would be my favourite.
  • reader_1
    about 1 month ago
    Have only seen two West End musicals, so I would choose Mamma Mia, because I knew all the words!
  • jenmac
    about 1 month ago
    Hubby's favourite is Jersey Boys and mine is the original Miss Saigon.
  • Sararose
    about 1 month ago
    I saw "A Comedy about a Bank Robbery" and we laughed all the way through ! The production was so slick and clever. My 20 year old granddaughter loved it and we know how hard they are to please at that age!!! When I told friends what I was going to see they nearly all asked "But what IS it called?". I had to repeat the title several times!! I will try and see some more Mischief Theatre productions especially if they are a bit closer to home.
  • Jacks10
    about 1 month ago
    Whilst I love most musicals two in particular stick in my mind - We Will Rock You (Queen Musical) and War of the Worlds! Mind you difficult to beat the amazing emotion of Les Miserables!
  • sackm
    about 1 month ago
    I like them so much I try to see as many as I can. Wicked was good.
  • gwenisgreat
    about 1 month ago
    The Jersey Boys - the fabulous music we enjoyed in our youth, with a great story!

  • Kay9
    about 1 month ago
    Seen Les Mis and Lion king twice.Love musicals and this sounds very different
  • cwyatt1
    about 1 month ago
    I have to say Cats, as it was such a phenomenon when it first came out & as a young person, I was absolutely mesmerised by it

  • Jeannies
    about 1 month ago
    My favourite show this year rip it up great music dancing and cast.Fabulous intertainment.
  • Jeannies
    about 1 month ago
    Great competition
    about 1 month ago
    Sunset Boulevard. Stunning score. I went to see it and afterwards immediately booked to see it again.
  • GM
    about 1 month ago
    Hairspray...especially when our local operatic society in Kendal performed it. It was just as good as the west end one I had seen