CONTEST OVER: Win a pair of tickets to Joss Whedon’s adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing

We’re giving away 25 pairs of tickets to a screening of Joss Whedon’s film adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing on June 6th at 7:30 p.m. at the Varsity Theatre in Toronto!

Much Ado About Nothing Poster

A classic Shakespeare tale with a modern twist, Much Ado About Nothing adapted and directed by Joss Whedon is utter joy. Here’s a sneak peek:

Want to win? Here’s what you need to do to enter. In an e-mail addressed to tell us your…* 

1) Favourite Beatrice and Benedick that have played at the Festival Theatre
2) First and Last Name
3) E-mail Address

We’ll select 25 lucky winner whose names will be added to the guest list of the June 6th screening of Much Ado About Nothing at Varsity Theatre in Toronto at 7:30 p.m.!

Can’t make it to the screening on June 6? Much Ado About Nothing opens at Cineplex Theatres across the country on June 14, 2013.

*Failure to include any of the requested information will render your submission null and void.


6 thoughts on “CONTEST OVER: Win a pair of tickets to Joss Whedon’s adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing

  1. I think the one I would most like to have seen was the 1980 production with Brian Bedford and Maggie Smith. Following that would be Pete Donaldson and Lucy Peacock, and Christopher Plummer and Eileen Herlie in ’58.

    • Hi, Karen. The screening that we’re giving tickets away for is June 6, 2013 – I do believe there is also a screening on the 7th, but this contest is for June 6th – thanks for double checking!

  2. I Loved the 1998 version, with Martha Henry and Brain Bedford!!!! Fabulous!!! But then again the great casting was continued with Tom McCammus a perfectly wicked Don John, and Stephen Ouimette as a very entertaining Dogberry.

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