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Keep an eye out for Maeve Binchy’s Minding Frankie
This Thursday, 1 June, if you find a copy of Maeve Binchy’s novel Minding Frankie around Dublin you might win tickets to see the world premiere production at the Gaiety!
To coincide with the World Premiere production of Maeve Binchy’s Minding Frankie at the Gaiety Theatre from 6th to 17th June, 25 copies of Maeve’s novel Minding Frankie will be randomly dropped in public locations across the city on Thursday morning.
So this Thursday 1 June, keep an eye out as you travel around Dublin. If you find a special copy of Maeve Binchy’s novel Minding Frankie left in a public place you may win tickets to see the world premiere production of this wonderful book, in a stage adaptation by Shay Linehan, at Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre.
What to do if you find a copy of Maeve Binchy’s Minding Frankie:
If you see a copy of the book open it and if you find a note inside saying you are a winner, then all you need to do to claim your two tickets is tweet @gaiety_theatre a photo of the inside page of the book which will show a unique reference number. Keep the book to read and enjoy and the Gaiety will tweet you back to confirm your tickets. If you are not on twitter you can simply call the phone number you will find on the note inside the book and quote the reference number.
In order to claim your prize you should tweet @gaiety_theatre or call the phone number which you will find on the note inside the book, before 11am Friday 2 June. The prize is two tickets to Minding Frankie at the Gaiety Theatre on 7th June (7.30pm performance), the prize is strictly non transferable and there will be one winner only per unique reference number, if you find the book after someone else has claimed the tickets it will not be valid.
Maeve Binchy’s Minding Frankie is a family love story. Adapted for stage by Shay Linehan, produced by Breda Cashe and directed by Peter Sheridan, this will be the first time that a Maeve Binchy novel will be brought to life on stage. Tickets from €25 are on sale now.