We’ve got a pair of tickets to Ian Shaw’s 100 Years of British Song concert to give away, together with £200 worth of dinner vouchers at London’s most iconic building, The Shard, and £300 worth of hotel vouchers.
Multi-award winning jazz singer and pianist Ian Shaw will present his journey of British song at the London Jazz Festival on 20 November. The concert, which has been sponsored by PRS for Music and celebrates the centenary of the Performing Right Society, will tell the story of UK music via early torch and folk songs, through two World Wars and on to the swing, pop, soul, glam, protest and urban music that followed.
Ian has gathered a multi-generational team of renowned singers and players to create an unforgettable evening that mirrors 10 decades of the UK’s rich cultural heritage. The concert takes place at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London, and the competition winner will receive two tickets to attend.
In addition, we are offering one lucky reader £200 worth of dining vouchers for Aqua Shard, located on the 31st floor of The Shard building at London Bridge. The eatery specialises in modern British cuisine, served in a remarkable setting. For more information please visit http://www.aquashard.co.uk/
You will also receive £300 worth of vouchers from http://www.superbreak.com which will allow you to personalise your stay in the capital.
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, please read our interview with Ian Shaw, answer the related question below, and complete your details. We won’t share your information with any third parties or use it for marketing purposes of any kind.
Please note, this competition is for PRS for Music members only.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.