WIN tickets to Kiki’s Delivery Service at Southwark Playhouse!


KikisDeliveryServiceWeb01It’s time for a brilliant blog competition! Studio Ghibli fans will be very pleased to know that Kiki’s Delivery Service is coming to the London stage 8 December 2016 – 8 January 2017 – at Southwark Playhouse. Originally based on the book by Japanese author Eiko Kadono, the story has been adapted for the stage by Jessica Siân and directed by Kate Hewitt.

Kiki is a 13 year old witch and, as tradition dictates, it is time for her to leave home and family to make a new life for herself. Equipped with her ability to fly and accompanied by Jiji, her faithful feline companion, she sets out to find a place where she can use her powers for the greater good and that one day she might call home.

This is your chance to win two tickets to the opening night – Thursday 8 December at 7.30pm!

How to enter…

  1. Show your love for Southwark Playhouse by liking on Facebook or following on Twitter
  2. Double your chances of winning by doing the same for Sophie’s Japan Blog – like on Facebook or follow on Twitter
  3. Comment below to say you’ve entered! (You’ll be prompted for your email address)

Entries close 9pm Wednesday 5 October and the winner will be emailed! Good luck!

If you can’t make opening night, you can book your tickets on the theatre website!

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12 thoughts on “WIN tickets to Kiki’s Delivery Service at Southwark Playhouse!

  1. Having watched the entire Ghibli back catalogue over the past few years, the idea of seeing a play of Kiki is enticing. I’ll happily extoll the virtues of their work to all and sundry.

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