As part of their Ideal World series, Watford Palace Theatre are putting on E. V. Crowe’s Virgin and Stacey Gregg’s Override, two powerful productions that are set to explore the internet and virtual world like never before.

In Virgin, the arrival of broadband connection in a rural town has serious affects for two generations of women, whilst Override focuses on a couple whose yearning for the simple life is threatened when one of them reveals a terrible secret.

We’ve got our hands on a pair of tickets for each production on a date of your choosing. All you need to do is answer the question for your chosen production and email it to arts@mouthlondon.com, along with your full name and the full name of your +1. The closing date is Monday 7th October at 5pm and the winner will be notified via email.

Good luck!

Virgin: What was the name of E. V. Crowe’s Royal Court debut?

Override: Which Stacey Gregg production is also the title of a Simon and Garfunkel song?

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