Want To Go To The Olivier Awards? We Have 2 Tickets To Give Away!

In celebration of The Olivier Awards, This Little Lady Went To London is teaming up with MasterCard to give one lucky lady the Priceless opportunity to attend the 37th Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden with a friend on the 28th April.

The winner and friend will be able to enjoy a glass of champagne on arrival, and get to see the red carpet in full swing, before enjoying the Awards Ceremony hosted by Sheridan Smith and Hugh Bonneville and round off the night by attending The Olivier 2013 Post Awards Celebration.

As a part of the Priceless Theatre campaign, MasterCard have already been giving theatre fans and their guests Priceless Moments ranging from performing on stage in cast rehearsals with Les Misérables and We Will Rock You to partaking in an exclusive photo shoot with the cast of Wicked

The support of London theatre continues throughout the year with the Priceless London programme offering MasterCard cardholders the chance to enjoy West End LIVE in June, pre-theatre meals at The Landau and the opportunity to see hit musicals such as A Chorus Line followed by an intimate Q&A with the cast. To get in on the act, look out for more offers and experiences at www.pricelesslondon.co.uk.

To win the pair of tickets to The Olivier Award 2013 with MasterCard, please answer the following question:


Which London Theatre show would you love to see most? (Or have you see recently and LOVED?)


Please first of all comment in the box below, AND THEN email you answer to chat@thislittlelady.co.uk. You must also include your telephone number and address in your email so that we can ensure your tickets get to you in time…this ones a bit of a rush! We promise not to share your details with anyone not involved in the competition.

Travel and accommodation is not included as part of the prize.

Answers MUST be added to the comment box below AND submitted to chat@thislittlelady.co.uk by 23.04.13 6pm. Entries must also include your name, contact telephone number and postal address

Good luck!


Terms and Conditions

How To Enter:

1.    ​This promotion is open to UK residents aged 18 or over only

2.    ​The promotion consists of one prize draw  which will run from 18/04/2013 –2pm to 23/04/2013 6pm inclusive
3.​Entries must be both added to the comment box below AND received by e-mail to chat@thislittlelady.co.uk
4.   ​ Entrants who do not give correct details or those who make an entry on someone else’s behalf will be disqualified, at the Promoter’s discretion
5.    ​Incomplete, illegal, misdirected or late entries will not be accepted

Prizes and Fulfillment:
6.    ​Entries must be received by 6pm on 23/04/2013. The winner of the prize draw will be notified by email or phone within 1 day after the Closing Date. Tickets will be sent by post
7.    ​Prize includes:

X2 tickets to The Olivier Awards 2013

X2 tickets to post-Awards celebration

Glass of champagne per ticket

Other Important Information
8.    ​If the event is cancelled for reasons outside of the Promoter’s control or for reasons related to health and safety, there will be no rescheduling of the event and tickets will become void and will not be exchanged for any other prize
9.    ​By accepting the prize, winners are agreeing to adhere to all venue regulations.  The Promoter reserves the right to remove any winners and/or companions who are not acting in adherence with venue regulations
10. ​No accommodation or travel is included in this prize
11. ​Sale, transfer or exchange of any part of the prize package is strictly prohibited.  Any attempt to sell, transfer or exchange any prize(s) will result in the prizes being withdrawn by the Promoter and the prize(s) will be declared null and void
12.    ​The prize must be taken by the winner in person unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Promoter
13.    ​All winners take part in the prize at their own risk and the Promoter accepts no liability with regard to such prizes whatsoever. The Promoter will have no liability in relation to the conduct of the winner or their guest, nor in connection with any circumstances outside its control with respect to the prize once delivered to the winner.  All winners are subject to the policies and Terms and Conditions of any and all third parties involved in the fulfilment of this prize.  Any terms and conditions applicable to the prizes have been provided to the fullest extent possible.

Congratulations to the winner – Emma Thorne!

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  • I recently saw the Macbeth starting James McAvoy in Traf Transformed season and it was just startling to see how powerful this theatre could be, right in front of your eyes!

  • I’d like to see Beautiful Thing at the Arts Theatre and attending the Olivier Awards would be amazing !

  • I would love to go see les miserables as it inspires me to be performing in the westend one day i have tried to get tickets for oliviers but no luck fingers crossed on this one Beth

  • I was taken to see The Judas Kiss with Rupert Everett. The man himself was captivating and Freddie Fox was brilliant! This is a fantastic competition for someone interested in theater and being able to be a part of it for an evening!

  • I would love to see The Book of Mormon. Have attended their ticket lottery on numerous occasions already to try and get a pair of tickets and friends have commented on how original and funny the songs, cast and script are.

  • I saw Cabaret & was blown away by this musical… I expected singing & dancing which I got in abundance. What I did not expect was to be shocked and moved to tears by its underlying story. It taught me a history lesson & left me with a lasting impression. Bravo Cabaret & Bravo to the cast & ensemble.

  • I have just seen Beautiful Thing at the Arts Theatre and it brought back wonderful memories of seeing it first time round 20 years ago. Still as brilliant, powerful and ‘beautiful’ today as it was back then. Theatre that never leaves you..

  • Recently went to the preview of ‘Once the Musical’ at Phoenix Theatre. With minimal props (a mock-up of a Dublin bar on the stage) it feels like a cross between a concert and drama. Quite different from the usual staging. Thoroughly enjoyed it though and would recommend.

  • I would love to see Billy Elliott as I’m sure the dancing would be amazing and it is such a poignant and inspiring story.

  • I recently saw The BodyGuard, which was absolutely fantastic and I LOVED it!. The female lead has the most amazing voice. She gave me goosebumps! Everything a London show should be!

  • I am a romantic and loyal person so I choose PHANTOM OF THE OPERA the first musical I saw and many more times after 27 years. 🙂

  • Hey JJ, loving your blog! In regards to the question above; I would have to say that my most favourite show in the West End is Blood Brothers, HOWEVER… As it’s now closed, my equally as good second best definatley would have to be Les Miserables (which I’ve seen three times). It’s visually impressive with a deep and powerful storyline which implys moments of power, loss and struggle and the good in people, fighting for what they believe in.

    Enjoy the rest of your week! 😀
    Charles J

  • Les Miserables is my all time favourite show. I never tire of seeing it. have seen it many times a year since my first visit in 1989

  • So many – but if I had to choose one – would go and see Bolleywood Nights – really fun and colourful

  • Saw Woman in Black a while ago and I never forgot it, it’s brilliant!! So much better than the film.

  • I saw Matilda and was shocked at how good it was – but I really really really want to see Les Miserables!!!!!!!

  • Would love to see The Bodyguard – have only seen Shrek and The Lion King which were great but The Bodyguard would be more of a grown up experience!

    Would love to win this amazing prize x

  • The show i would love to see the most (Again for the 4th time) is Phantom of the opera. Literally breathtaking

  • Di & Viv & Rose was on recently at the Hampstead Theatre. I’m a huge fan of Anna Maxwell-Martin anyway. I felt this was an inspiring and powerful story, really well written and a believeable story of friendship, loss and love.Thoroughly enjoyed it!

  • I Love the theatre and London, Cabaret was my favourite but loved Billy Elliot, Jersey Boys, Matilda, Bodyguard, and Spamalot, would love to see Les Miserables and Spice-girls and would also Love to go to the Olivier Awards it would just be amazing.

  • The most remarkable show that I have seen is Beauty and the Beast! I thought it was wonderful. The Lion King was also great. I think I am still a child at heart. Good luck everyone x

  • Saw Les Mis, who doesnt cry at this fab show. Loved every minute and would see it again in a heartbeat.

  • Recently went to the preview of ‘Once the Musical’ at Phoenix Theatre. With minimal props (a mock-up of a Dublin bar on the stage) it feels like a cross between a concert and drama. Quite different from the usual staging. Thoroughly enjoyed it though and would recommend.

  • Theres lots of shows that I could watch over and over, but I’d probably choose the Lion KIng as it is the first West End show my son worked on!

  • The last time I went to the theatre I saw Cool Hand Luke., It was a Great Production..The Acting was perfection. The Scenery and Costumes were just right..Before the start of the play I had wondered how they were going to do the boiled eggs scene…But when it came to it it was so believable and I was at the front so I could see clearly..It just looks so real..very impressed..

  • What a fantastic prize! It would be such an experience to attend the Olivier Awards. I’d love to see Matilda the musical as I’ve heard nothing but good reviews and believe it won quite a few Olivier’s last year!

  • I recently saw Rock of Ages, it was fantastic spent the whole show lauging and singing along and then got up and had a dance at the end.

  • I’d love to see Les Mis (except I know I’ll be crying as soon as the music starts) or Wicked. Or The Jersey Boys. I love a ‘glossy musical’. Will need two boxes of tissues or a mask! Would like to take my niece who starts her uni course in film production in September and loves all things theatre and film. This would be such a special treat for her (assuming I’m not too embarassing to sit next to!)

  • I’d like to see Les Miserables (again!) I watched it a couple of times with my Mum – we used to save up for it each year and I can hear her now singing ‘can you hear the music play’. Sadly she is no longer with us but Les Miserables doesn’t fail to bring back very happy memories.

  • Very pleased to announce that Emma Thorne was the lucky winner! 2 tickets winging their way to you now Emma 🙂

    Thanks to everyone else for taking the time to enter too x

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