WIN TICKETS: The Music Of Stranger Things at the Barbican
We're giving you and a friend the chance to see The Music Of Stranger Things performed live at the Barbican Centre on 7th April!
The epic soundtrack will be performed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, one half of the Austin-based S U R V I V E, who won a Grammy Award for the work on Stranger Things series one!
Serving up a hearty slice of '80s nostalgia, Stranger Things became the runaway TV hit of 2016, inviting viewers into the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. Dixon and Stein's soundtrack – heavily indebted to the work of Jean-Michel Jarre and John Carpenter – is inseparable from the adventures of Eleven and the gang, with the feelings of childhood comradery and unsettling eeriness amplified by the synth-laden score. For the show, the duo will perform music not only from the first series, but also from the second – for which they've added new elements and styles of compositions – alongside a supernatural neon light show.
To win TWO TICKETS all you have to do is: 'like' our Facebook page and subscribe to the Newsletter below to be in with a chance!
The show is on the 7th April and we will contact the winner directly on 24th March.
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