Win Dinner, Drinks and Theatre Tickets at The Other Palace

London Victoria’s favourite neighbourhood hangout, The Other Palace, is offering one lucky Handbook reader and their guest the chance to win an evening’s entertainment featuring dinner, drinks and the theatre.

The Other Palace is London’s pre-eminent location for emerging theatre talent of all kinds, but it also plays host to award-winning restaurant The Other Naughty Piglet and bar The Other Gin Palace, making it the perfect place to spend more than just a few hours.

The Other Naughty Piglet, on the building’s first floor, is a second location for the husband and wife team behind famed Brixton hotspot Naughty Piglets.

This is where the winner and guest will enjoy a meal before heading downstairs to watch to watch the critically acclaimed stage adaption of Nigel Slater’s best-selling memoir Toast. Vividly recreating suburban England in the 1960s, Nigel’s childhood is told through the tastes and smells he grew up with – to reflect this, audiences are offered samples of the dishes and tastes central to his story during the show

During the interval or afterwards, they’ll then head through to The Other Gin Palace to enjoy a complimentary cocktail or drink of choice – an opportunity to try one of the more than 50 gins on offer.

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Competition Terms & Conditions

–       Meal at The Other Naughty Piglet up to £70 including drinks.

–       Tickets to be taken during the run of Toast. Toast tickets are valid on Mon-Thu performances only, subject to availability.

–       2 drinks (non-alcoholic or alcoholic) at The Other Gin Palace included in the prize.

–       Dinner and tickets to be taken on a mutually agreeable date – subject to availability.

–       No cash alternative.

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