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WIN: Tickets to the National Concert Hall

Enter our competition to win a pair of passes to American band Pink Martini – their music features on The West Wing, The Sopranos, Mr and Mrs Smith and more…

Thomas Lauderdale and Storm Large from Pink Martini
Thomas Lauderdale and Storm Large from Pink Martini
Image: National Concert Hall

Updated, Thursday, 29 Sep, 11.54am: Thanks for all your competition entries – the four winners have now been chosen and notified.

MUSIC IS THE most effective scene-setter and American band Pink Martini should know. Their work has featured on TV series like The West Wing, The Sopranos and Dead Like Me and movies such as Mr and Mrs Smith, Shanghai Kiss and Nurse Betty.

If you fancy a night in the company of this classical, jazz and pop-mixing group, has FOUR pairs of tickets up for grabs. Pink Martini play the National Concert Hall in Dublin the weekend after next.

These tickets are for Sunday, 9 October, 8pm.

To win a pair, just email us your name, address and contact number to Be sure to include ‘Pink Martini at the NCH’ in the subject line of your mail.

Pink Martini are:

  • Thomas Lauderdale, piano
  • Storm Large, vocals
  • Robert Taylor, trombone
  • Gavin Bondy, trumpet
  • Brian Lavern Davis, congas, drums and percussion
  • Derek Rieth, percussion
  • Martin Zarzar, percussion
  • Phil Baker, bass
  • Timothy Nishimoto, vocals and percussion
  • Nicholas Crosa, violin
  • Dan Faehnle, guitar

They appear with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and conductor Robert Ziegler.

Winners will be notified by lunchtime tomorrow.

To buy tickets to Pink Martini, see (no booking fees) or ring the box office on 01 4170000.

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