READER OFFER: Win a pair of tickets to exclusive screening of The Walking Dead

If you like music, celebrities and ghastly ghouls, then we have an offer just for you – and it’s free.

We have teamed up with those lovely people at Disney+  to give a pair of tickets to Thursday’s performance of  a unique screening of The Walking Dead at Kings Place Concert Hall.

Season 11 of The Walking Dead will be the grand finale of the terrifying TV series and is broadcast on Star on Disney + from August 23 and fans have a chance to join celebrities, influencers and media at the special screening.

Pictured above were ‘living dead’ members of leading chamber orchestra the Covent Garden Sinfonia  who gave a surprise performance to people on the South Bank this week.

The otherworldly buskers set out to shock passers-by and were rehearsing ahead of a full orchestra performance donning makeup inspired by walkers, that will play at the premiere of the first episode of season 11 of the iconic show.

The Walking Dead inspired orchestra plan to strike fear into fans attending the unique screening at Kings Place Concert Hall on Thursday.

The Covent Garden Sinfonia quartet, led by conductor Ben Palmer, will be given a monstrous makeover for the red-carpet event.

Ben’s versatile musicians previously performed John Williams’ Oscar-winning score for the movie ‘E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial’ at a sell-out Royal Albert Hall concert.

To be in with a chance to win a VIP experience at the orchestral premiere, email us with your name, and telephone number to [email protected] by NOON at the latest if you wish your name to go in the the hat.

PLEASE NOTE:  The competition is strictly open for those aged over 18 and the dealine is NOON on Thursday, August 19.

All entrants will be put into a hat and the winner will be notified by email straight away.

Normal rules apply. Editor’s  decision is final.

Please ensure you are able to get to Kings’ Cross for Thursday evening.

This is a ticket only prize.

Thank you and good luck.


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