Win tickets to see Julian Cope in Liverpool
WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE JULIAN COPE LIVE AT LIVERPOOL’S EPSTEIN THEATRE
On Thursday February 5, 2015, Liverpool welcomes the return of visionary rock musician and musicologist Julian Cope.
Since bursting out of Liverpool with The Teardrop Explodes in the late 70s, Cope has carved out a career as singer, poet, occultist and photographer. He has released more than 20 solo albums, been involved in countless collaborative projects and written six books including his autobiography Head-On and One Three One, his debut novel published by Faber & Faber in 2014. His new tour, which includes the show at Liverpool’s Epstein Theatre, follows the release of a ‘Best Of’ compilation covering the years 1999-2014.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to see Julian Cope on February 5, simply sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right hand side of the page) and answer this question: in Damon Fairclough‘s article Thanks for the Memorex, what is Damon’s book called?
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Closing date: January 23, 2015
A winner will be picked at random and notified by January 24, 2015
What: Julian Cope
When: February 5, 2015
Where: Epstein Theatre, Liverpool
Tickets: Call 0844 888 4411*, visit www.epsteinliverpool.co.uk* or book in person at The Epstein Theatre Box Office
*subject to booking fee
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