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The ‘Tree’ @YoungVic Competition The ‘Tree’ @YoungVic Competition
The ‘Tree’ @YoungVic Competition

CLOSING DATE: 12pm – 9th 22nd August 2019

 

WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE ‘TREE’ @ YOUNG VIC THEATRE

 

The history of White colonial land dispossession didn’t begin with the passing of the Native Land Act in 1913, it goes back to the expansion of Dutch colonial settlements in the Cape. Land and livestock dispossession resulted in wars between the local tribes and a number of other ethnic groups against the colonial settlers.

 

It is against this backdrop that Tree, the impressive new collaboration between Manchester International Festival and Young Vic about bloody history land dispossession, the new militant face of South Africa and reclaiming one’s legacy, is set.

 

Kaelo (Alfred Enoch) is making his first to trip to South Africa, to scatter the ashes of his recently deceased mother, to reconnect with his unknown half-sister and also to find his father’s grave.

 

 

To win a pair of tickets to see this acclaimed play that’s got the whole of London talking, simply answer the three easy questions below (hints answers in link below).

 

For tickets and details of this fascinating production visit: https://ebonyonline.net/the-tree-play-review/

 

WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE ‘TREE’ @ YOUNG VIC THEATRE

CLOSING DATE: 12pm – 9th 22nd August 2019

 

Click here for competition rules, terms and conditions.


Questions

SIMPLY ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS TO BE ENTERED INTO THIS FREE PRIZE DRAW

Question No 1: When was the Native Land Act passed?



Question No 2: What is the name of Alfred Enoch's character?



Question No 3: Name one of the music creators of the play?



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