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FREE tickets to a BSL interpreted play at RADA, London!

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Hello everyone! We are offering free tickets to a BSL interpreted play this week! Always Right There is one of the headline shows at this year’s RADA festival (Malet St, wC1E 7JN) and we’d like to offer 30 free tickets to members of this forum for one of our BSL interpreted performances. The play is about the nuances of sexual harassment and the way women talk to each other. It’s partly set in a spin studio and is very funny! We have two brilliant female signers. More info if you follow the link below. The first 30 people to email me their name(s) can have a free ticket for the performance on the 5th July at 4.15pm!! Please email [email protected] by midnight on Wednesday to claim your free seat!! We look forward to welcoming you at RADA. https://www.rada.ac.uk/whats-on/always-right-there/

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