THE St Helens Reporter has teamed up with MP Promotions to offer lucky readers the chance to win tickets to see the critically acclaimed songwriter Thea Gilmore (pictured) perform her new studio album Regardless at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on Friday, May 10.
If the name’s familiar, it may be thanks to the many plaudits the press have directed Gilmore’s way, or the endorsement of fans including Bruce Springsteen and Joan Baez, or perhaps even her posthumous Sandy Denny collaborative track ‘London’, which dominated last year’s BBC London Olympics coverage, climbing into the upper reaches of the iTunes singles chart. Due to a production error, we published details of this competition without a question. We apologise for any confusion and have put back the closing date to May 7.
To be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets simply send you to question below along with your name, address and daytime telephone number to Thea Gilmore Competition, St Helens Reporter, Bank House, Claughton Street, St Helens. WA10 1RL. Closing date is May 7.
Question: What was the name of the Olympic-inspired Thea Gilmore single which went to the upper reaches of iTunes chart last year?