Competition: Win tickets to A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters at The Gaiety Theatre

love-lettersI have to admit, when I saw this my initial reaction was ‘Oh Wow’. The Mill Theatre, Dundrum and CTD in association with The Gaiety Theatre are bringing A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters to The Gaiety Theatre for one week only, from Monday 18th June – Saturday 23rd June. Here is the really cool part. This production is directed by Michael Scott and stars Jerry Hall and David Soul. How much more awesome can you pack into theatre?

Not familiar with who they are? Jerry Hall, is let’s face it, a legend having been involved in stage and screen productions including Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’ and also played ‘Mrs Robinson’ in The Graduate in the West End. She has appeared in Urban Cowboy, Let’s Spend The Night Together, Freejack and on telly in Married with Children, French and Saunders and hosted Saturday Night Live. If that wasn’t enough VH1 gave her her won reality TV show ‘Kept’.

So, who could play opposite the might Ms Hall and be able to live up to a reputation like that? David Soul, aka Hutch, from the original seventies television show ‘Starsky & Hutch’. He also appeared in Salem’s Lot and Magnum Force on the big screen. He is also responsible for the classic UK & US hits ‘Silver Lady’ and ‘Don’t Give Up On Us’. On stage, He’s been in Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers, played Jerry in Jerry Springer The Opera and Mack in Mack and Mabel.

Phew! So what’s Love Letters about then? A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters chronicles the relationship between Andy and Melissa solely through their letters, whose poignantly funny friendship and ill-fated romance takes them from Junior school through adolescence, dating,  maturity, and into middle age.  A smash hit on Broadway, this beautifully moving little gem of a show will warm your heart and delight you – a humorous, charming, delicate love story that will prove to be an exhilarating and touching night of theatre that will stay in the memory long after the performance ends.

Ticket info:
Gaiety Theatre  Monday 18th to Saturday 23rd June 2012 (Preview Monday 18th, Matinee Saturday 23rd 3pm)
Tickets from €17.50 – €40 0818719388

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to opening night Monday 18th all you have to do is, leave a comment below telling me what you would call your sweetheart in a love letter. Simples. Don’t forget to like my Facebook page as well.

Competition closes on Saturday 16th June at 1900. Winners will be notified that night.

Bon Chance!

EDIT: JUN 16th 21.26
Thanks to everyone who entered the competition, the winner this time is Shantelle Roberts. Don’t forget to call back soon, we’ll have another competition running.



  • nessymon

    Thanks to everyone who entered the competition, the winner this time is Shantelle Roberts. Don’t forget to call back soon, we’ll have another competition running.


    who WON #””’#/?? ITS 9PM

  • Linda

    My Love

  • Vainmann

    Princess, always has been, always will 😉

  • Sandra Gough

    My snuggle bunny

  • Tricia

    Jade Palace

  • Michelle

    Dear Hunny Buns

  • Lennemcg

    The dangerman

  • Una Murphy

    My (David) Soul Mate <3

  • Josephine M

    Daisy Dear How she cuttin

  • orl

    Loveen – i’m from Galway!

  • Kathleen Doran

    Weellll, as we’re going with lyrics…I always call my hubby my rock, ‘cos he’s “as solid as a…”! Seriously though, I do, so that’d be it in my love letter. Love ya Jim x k

  • ShantelleR

    if I had to write a love letter, it would be, “Don’t give up on us, baby..” xx

    • mick

      awww wow so

  • it would have to be dear fill in name here … im not into all those sickly name calling things.. or maybe just not met my true love yet

  • mell61 ★BTB®

    to be honest, it’d be ‘Joe’… his name, the sweetiepies / honey / darlings, never really worked!

  • emer

    Cuddlecakes – very soppy i know 🙂
    would love to see this play – fingers crossed!

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