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Drift after dark in London Aquatics Centre

PUBLISHED: 12:51 27 July 2015 | UPDATED: 12:51 27 July 2015

You could win the chance to drift in the London Aquatics Centre

You could win the chance to drift in the London Aquatics Centre

Archant

We are offering the chance for four lucky readers to take part in a unique one-on-one art experience.

Artist Amy Sharrocks will take you far from the madding crowd in her boat as you take the weight off your feet and explore dreams in Drift, part of The Yard Theatre’s Walkie Talkies art event.

This one-off, unmissable experience will take place in the competition pool at the iconic London Aquatics Centre after dark, a space usually bustling with swimmers.

The winners will join Amy during the night of Saturday, August 1, for 20 minutes each between 11pm and 5am on Sunday. Please ensure you are available between these times before entering.

To stand a chance of winning one of the four tickets, simply answer the following question correctly and send your answer to londonmarketing@archant.co.uk with Drift Competition in the subject header by 5pm on Tuesday, July 28.

nWhere does the Drift art experience take place?

a) Copper Box Arena

b) London Aquatics Centre

c) Lee Valley White Water Centre

T&Cs: Competition closes at 5pm on July 28. Four individual winners will be selected from all correct answers. The winners will be contacted after the closing date. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The prize entitles each winner, and only the winner, to undertake the Drift art experience once. The prize must be redeemed by 01/08/15. By entering the competition you will automatically be subscribed to receive news and offers from Archant London, you may opt out at any time by visiting the link on all future email communication. Full Archant terms and conditions apply, available on request.


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