Win tickets to snappy, funny play

If you want something for nothing... and a night out on Friday... all you have to do it have an opinion. And if you're reading this and don't have one of those, what on earth are you doing on this site?

Pundit has a pair of tickets to the play, Gagarin Way, to give away. They're for Friday night's performance, which is in Auckland. In a grungy garage in Hobson St.

To quote from one review, which describes this production as "strong" and "snappy":

Gregory Burke wrote this play at the beginning of the millennium as a kind of political snapshot, exploring the shifting culture of working people in the typical Scottish factory town of Fife as their socialist history is being swallowed up by the inevitable onslaught of capitalism. Secretly though, it’s really a wryly hilarious black comedy about some bumbling would-be activists at amateur hour.

Sorry about the short notice... and the fact that you'll have to be in Auckland... But if you'd like a night at the theatre, all you have to do is comment on Andrew's previous post about the government's constitutional review. And slip the word "way" into your comment. (I'm just trying to make it fun, people).

We'll select a winner at random by Thursday night and (assuming you have your email address in your profile), let you know. So you've got 24 hours to make arrangements. Then we'll just put your name at the door, et viola.