Win tickets to see Madness at Blickling Hall

The EDP have teamed up with Envy Productions to our readers the chance to win one of 10 pairs of tickets to see Madness in concert at the magical setting of Blickling Hall on Saturday July 30.

London-based ska band Madness will play a concert at Blickling Hall this summer. The open-air event will be played by the original band members, including Suggs, Mike Barson, Lee Thompson, Chris Foreman, Daniel Woodgate, Mark Bedford and Carl Smyth.

With two Ivor Novello awards to their name, the band rose to fame during the 1980s with hits including Baggy Trousers, It Must Be Love and House of Fun.

The band is Britain's most successful chart band in music history, having had 21 Top 20 singles in a seven-year period from 1978 to 1986, and many more since (over 30 in total).

In 2009, Madness released their critically acclaimed studio album The Liberty of Norton Folgate.

Madness will be supported at Blickling Hall by special guests.

The concert will take place on Saturday July 30 at 7.30pm.

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Tickets are already on sale and can be booked by calling the box office on 0871 224 1113 or by visiting www.ticketeast.co.uk.

How to enter:

For your chance to win a pair of tickets to this spectacular event, answer the following question -

What is the name of Madness front man?

A) Suggs

B) Cigs

C) Soggy

Click the link at the top of the next column to enter.

Terms and conditions:

The closing date for this competition is Friday July 22, 2011. Standard Archant competition rules apply - follow the Terms & Conditions link on this website. Gates open 5.30pm. The show runs from 7.30-10.15pm approx. You are not permitted to bring large tables, high back chairs, professional photographic equipment and all other items that will be printed on the reverse side of your ticket. No glass of any kind. Disabled facilities will be available. Children aged three years and under are not permitted. A maximum of three children aged 12 years and under are to be accompanied by a full paying 1 adult.

No prams or pushchairs

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