WIN tickets to the Madonna’s W.E. movie preview

One lucky winner will be able to see an exclusive screening of Madonna's new movie W.E. tomorrow with a 1930's themed party and vintage makeovers tomorrow...

Movie fans, listen up! To celebrate the launch of Madonna’s new movie W.E., we’re giving away two tickets to an exclusive 1930’s themed screening.

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Madonna‘s W.E. re-tells the story of Wallis Simpson (Andrea Riseborough), the chic, charismatic American who captured the heart of King Edward VIII (played by James D’Arcy).

Not only will the lucky winner get their hands on tickets to the themed screening, they’ll also be able to enjoy a vintage makeover and cocktails beforehand.

All you have to do to win tickets to view this special screening, held in central London tomorrow, Tuesday 10 January, is simply follow us on Twitter @MarieClaireUK and tweet the following message, exactly as it is below…

RT @MarieClaireUK: To win ticks to Madonna’s #WE movie preview with 1930’s cocktails & vintage makeovers tomo. Winner picked 2pm 9/01/12

One winner will be picked at random at 4pm today, Monday 9th January. 

WATCH the W.E. trailer here… 

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Terms and conditions:
•Competition is open to UK residents only
•Marie Claire UK will choose the winning tweet at random on Monday 9th January 2012 at 4pm
•Entries using an application to lengthen the tweet will NOT be considered – entries must be only 140 characters long, and the exact tweet above
•Only enter if you can attend the screening tomorrow 10th January 2012 at 6pm
•The winner must be able to make their own travel arrangements to central London for 6pm – exact location details will be given to the winner
•The prize is for 1 x pair of tickets and makeovers for the winner and their guest, as well as complimentary cocktails.
•Entrants must be aged 18 years or over. Identification of the winner and their guest will be requested at the party.
•The winner will be notified by tweets and a direct message on Twitter by @Marieclaireuk
•Failure to respond will mean re-allocation of the prize

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