Munsterrugby.ie in association with the Cork Opera House are giving away 5 sets of 2 tickets for the play 'Alone it Stands' for the opening night, Tuesday 18th March in the Cork Opera House.
Munsterrugby.ie in association with the Cork Opera House are giving away 5 sets of 2 tickets for the play 'Alone it Stands' for the opening night, Tuesday 18th March in the Cork Opera House. All you have to do to win is email email@example.com with the answers to the below 6 questions. Answers must be received by Friday February 28th. Questions:1. Who was the referee for the Munster v New Zealand All Blacks game on October 31st, 1978 in Thomond Park and what was his nationality? 2. Name the Munster Scrum half in this game and name the club that he represented at the time? 3. Who was the Captain of the All Blacks team for this game? 4. Who was the Munster Captain for this game? 5. Who was the St Marys College player who played a vital part in the win? 6. Which 6 players on the current Munster squad played against the New Zealand All Blacks on their last visit to Lansdowne Road in November, 2001? Email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org Answers must be received by Friday February 28th. The 5 lucky winners will each receive 2 tickets for the play 'Alone it Stands' for the opening night, Tuesday 18th March in the Cork Opera House. Information on 'Alone It Stands' Lane Productions present Alone it Stands (Munster 12 All Blacks 0) written and directed by John Breen At the Cork Opera House Tue 18th to Sat 22nd March, 2003 Alone it Stands tells the Story of Munster's historic win over the All Blacks in 1978. This hilarious award winning comedy sees six actors playing over sixty characters including; Tony ward and the Munster Team, The All Blacks and their coach, two fanatical Limerick supporters desperate for tickets, the quality up from Cork, Sinbad the dog, and of course the Bunratty medieval singers. There is a birth, a wake, a bonfire and a Rugby match that will never be forgotten. Early this year Alone It Stands embarked on a 32 week tour comprising of 150 public performances spanning the length and breadth of the country playing in over 65 venues including theatre, rugby clubs and Portlaoise High Security prison! It is hoped to tour the show in the UK, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand next year. What the critics said: Alone It Stands is a joy on several counts laced with marvelous humour and humanity. The cast are a dream team and their artistic triumph matches anything on the field of play. The Irish Examiner A tour de force The Sunday Independent Don't miss it! The Sunday Tribune There isn't a dull moment in this fast furious and very funny play. The News of the World