Free tickets to see Craig Armstrong at the Barbican

Free tickets to see Craig Armstrong at the Barbican

Well, not really free, you have to win them, I have a pair to give away for his show on Sunday. No I wasn't aware of him either, but from the Barbican website (http://www.barbican.org.uk/onlyconnect/) we have:

Composer Armstrong is no stranger to collaboration, working with artists such as Massive Attack and [Madonna](/wiki/#madonna) and writing many award-winning [film](/wiki/#film) soundtracks. After a sell-out orchestral performance at last years elektronic [festival](/wiki/#festival) at the Barbican, [the Glasgow](/wiki/#glasgow)-based composer here presents an exclusive selection of material, including tracks from his first solo album The Space Between Us and the world premiere of the long-awaited follow up As If to Nothing on Virgins Melankolic label. Plus excerpts from his [film](/wiki/#film) scores Plunkett & Macleane and his two Baz Luhrmann hits Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge. Guests include Paul Buchanan from the Blue Nile, Antye Greie-Fuchs from [German](/wiki/#german) post-rockers Laub, soprano Catherine Bott, ex-Lemonhead Evan Dando, Wendy Stubbs and David McAlmont.

So there you go. Tickets go to the person who emails the most famous people called Craig to craig@popex.com. Best put who they are, what they do, as if I've not heard of them I won't count them. Tickets will be biked out to you this afternoon! Please don't bother entering unless you can go to the gig, this is totally sold out it would be a shame if the tickets went to someone who wouldn't appreciate it. Also include your address and a contact number. This competition will self destruct at 4pm.

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