Let The Right One In on stage – Win a pair of tickets for the London show

First it was a book then a hit Swedish film now the darkly fascinating Let The Right One In hits London’s West End at the Apollo Theatre in its latest incarnation for the stage.

This is a moving tale centred around Oskar a troubled boy from a broken background. He feels at odds with the world.

 

He strikes up a friendship with a strange mysterious girl who has just moved in next door. Eli, it transpires, is a vampire and although herself an outsider amongst humankind she is anything but a victim. She has a power and confidence that Oskar can only dream of. The two misfits are drawn to each other and begin to fall into a strange kind of love.

Eli’s lust for blood though leads both of them on a journey that can only end tragically and it does. The mood is tense, dark and thrilling. The music really builds the atmosphere and plays with your emotions. This is a chilling and powerful love story that draws you in right to the dramatic climax.

The production is gathering much acclaim and glowing praise from critics.  Luckily we have a pair of tickets for Let The Right One In on stage to give away as a prize. Please just answer the question: What is the name of the vampire character in Let The Right One In? Please send your answer to – editorial@fluxmagazine.com. Closing date is the 16th April.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Competition tickets for LTROI valid for Monday – Thursday performances before 2nd May, tickets are non-refundable or exchangeable. Subject to availability.

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