Win FREE tickets to Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Apocrifu at London’s Southbank Centre

Win free tickets to Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Apocrifu at London’s Southbank Centre

Sorry guys, you're not allowed to enter the competition - you work for Cherkaoui.

People are falling over themselves to enter the Dancing Review Sidi Larbi competition.

Originally premiered in 2007 in Brussels, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Apocrifu makes its London debut at the Southbank Centre on January 24th and 25th 2014. Cherkaoui is one of the most sought-after choreographers in the world and is a resident associate artist of Sadler’s Wells where he’s recently enjoyed tremendous success with collaborative works like Milonga! (‘a wonderfully inventive reinvention of Argentine dance’ The Telegraph) and Sutra (‘This unique, profoundly imagined work takes the concept of cultural exchange to a new level’ The Guardian).

His collaborators-in-chief this time are the Corsican all-male choir A Filetta who prowl the stage alongside the dancers and whose ‘piercingly beautiful music is the beating heart of the piece’ according to The Guardian.

Thanks to the Southbank Centre, Dancing Review is pleased to be able to offer a pair of free tickets to either the 24th or 25th January performance but first you have to answer the following question correctly

 Q) Corsica is a Mediterranean island belonging to which country?

Now just email your answer before 4pm on Thursday 23rd January 2014 to the following address quoting ‘Dancing Review Sidi Larbi Competition’. The good folks at the Southbank will select a winner at random and let them know how to collect their tickets.

Good luck! Cherkaoui always puts on something interesting.

Gerard Davis

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