Win tickets to see Shakespeare Globe’s critically-acclaimed play Emilia at the Vaudeville Theatre this spring

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Win tickets to see Shakespeare Globe’s critically-acclaimed play Emilia at the Vaudeville Theatre


Writer. Wife. Lover. Mother. Muse.
I am unheard.
I want education, equality, opportunity, respect. For us all.
We want choice.
We want a voice.   

400 years ago Emilia Bassano wanted her voice to be heard. It wasn’t. Her story is still our story.
Emilia and her sisters reach out to us across the centuries with passion, fury, laughter and song. Listen to them. Let them inspire and unite us.
Times are finally changing. Not fast enough. It’s up to you. We are all Emilia.
Stand up alongside her and be counted. 

 “An act of revolution.” The Times

Shakespeare’s Globe’s "extraordinarily rousing new play" (The Independent) met with “whoops, cheers, belly laughs, a standing ovation” (Time Out) now explodes at the Vaudeville theatre from 8 March – 15 June 2019. An all-female cast playing both hers and hims rouses “audiences into a pitch of fervour” (The Guardian) in a “magnificent production” (The Stage) filled with “wit, fierce intelligence and heady intensity” (The Times).

How to win

One Silver Travel Advisor member will win a pair of tickets to see Emilia at the Vaudeville Theatre. To enter, simply name your hero or heroine who has inspired you, and say why. The best entry will be judged at the end of January and contacted in early February.

To book your tickets (from £20 during previews) call 0330 333 4814 or Book Online.

Terms and conditions: One member will win a pair of Band A tickets to see Emilia at the Vaudeville Theatre, valid for Monday to Thursday performances from 11 to 28 March, subject to availability. No cash alternative. Travel and accommodation not included.

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  • you
    9 months ago
    I do so hope that this is where one enters the above mentioned competition...[ Tickets to see Emilia].
    My Hero is Isambard Kingdom Brunell.....
    Why.... for his sheer guts & determination.....and a very logical brain....
  • GypsyWanderer
    9 months ago
    I have always been fascinated by Cathy in Wuthering Heights. Maybe a little because I am from Yorkshire and know Haworth and those moors but more because of her wildness and freedom. She was an independent woman living in a time where women were restricted and meant to behave in certain ways but her wildness and love of freedom came to the fore and she roamed those moors in death as she had in life.
  • office3342
    9 months ago
    My heroine was my mum- perfect role model for me and the rest of my family!
  • DJM
    10 months ago
    My hero is my Dad. Worked so hard in 3 jobs to provide for his family including being a Fireman who saved many lives. Injured in a fire whilst working and in a wheelchair from a relative early age but never complains.
  • DJM
    10 months ago
    Have always wanted to see a performance at The Globe so this would be amazing!