Yes, that’s right people!
The lovely folk at Seatwave have given me 2 tickets to give away on my blog, to see he of the sparkling repartee, the big hair, the permanently attached yoga mat, the thought-provoking Guardian articles, and the questionable past, live.
If you love him, loathe him, or even just wonder what all the fuss is about, get your mouse buttons click clicking to my Rafflecopter entry form below.
If you know what’s good for you, you’re gonna want to get your hands on these SOLD OUT Russell Brand tickets.
I happen to love him. Yes, that’s right. I definitely would.
HURRY – THIS COMPETITION CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT ON THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER AT 11.59PM!!!
Disclosure: Tickets for this competition have been supplied by Seatwave, who are an online marketplace where fans can buy and sell tickets to music, sports and theatre events. Currently in demand are Taylor Swift tickets.
Competition Terms & Conditions
Open to UK residents aged 18 and over.
No purchase is necessary. The Rafflecopter widget above will accept entries from 9am (GMT) Monday 7th October 2013 until the close of the competition at 11.59pm (GMT) on Thursday 10th October 2013. Any entries outside of the Promotion Period will not be counted.
The competition is run by Gammon & Chips (@maddiesinclair). No correspondence will be entered into.
The winner will be chosen randomly by Gammon & Chips using the Rafflecopter widget (which uses random.org). The winner will be announced by 11/10/2013 and tickets sent immediately.
The winner will be contacted via email by Gammon & Chips and must respond the same day or else another winner will be drawn.
Entrants must have a valid UK address. Bulk, third party or any entrants using automated software will be disqualified.
The prize is not transferable, re-saleable or exchangeable. There is no cash alternative.
Gammon & Chips reserves the right to amend, alter or terminate this promotion at any time due to circumstances beyond its control.
These rules are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.