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See Buchan's classic caper

PUBLISHED: 18:20 11 June 2008 | UPDATED: 13:11 11 August 2010

WIN tickets to see The 39 Steps - winner of the Best New Comedy - Laurence Olivier Award 2007 John Buchan s best-selling novel spy caper, which was turned into a cinema classic by Alfred Hitchcock, has been made into an award-winning comedy stage product

WIN tickets to see The 39 Steps - winner of the Best New Comedy - Laurence Olivier Award 2007

John Buchan's best-selling novel spy caper, which was turned into a cinema classic by Alfred Hitchcock, has been made into an award-winning comedy stage production.

It continues its sensational run in the West End stage, with four actors playing 139 roles in 100 minutes of ingenious fun and thrilling action.

Fine comedy acting, terrific props, and scintillating action bring a large dose of murder, mayhem, and mirth to life.

You don't need to leap from the Flying Scotsman express, or charge across a Scottish moor to take part - The 39 Steps is playing right in the heart of London's Piccadilly Circus at The Criterion Theatre.

No enemies of the State or double crossing secret agents allowed!

For your chance to win a pair of tickets to see this unique production, just answer this: Who wrote The 39 Steps?

Send your answer to: The 39 Steps Competition, The Editor, The Post, 10 Whalebone Lane South, Dagenham, RTM8 1BJ, to reach us no later than Friday, June 27.

Prize tickets are valid for all Mon - Fri performances until July 25, 2008. Offer is valid for all Mon - Fri & Sat matinee performances until June 28, 2008. Both are subject to availability.

The 39 Steps 2for1 ticket offer for every reader!

Take advantage of this fantastic reader offer, 2 for 1 on all ticket prices (ranging from £42.50 to £10).

Call 0844 8471 778 and quote 'Flying Scotsman offer.'

Offer valid only until June 28 2008.


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