23 March 2010
Hooky's Unknown Pleasures Tour Competition 
As previously announced, Peter Hook embarks on a UK theatre tour this April with Howard Marks in a spoken word, musical and Q&A based show that sees the duo open up about their rock and roll shenanigans and pasts. The tour starts on 11 April in Birmingham and runs until 2 May.

Cerysmatic Factory is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to a show of their choice (not including Salford). The full prize includes a chance to meet Hooky and Howard before the gig, a signed copy of The Hacienda: How Not To Run A Club and a Hacienda goodie bag.

To be in with a chance of being drawn from the Cerysmatic hat, just send your name and choice of date to us by email.

Competition closes 4 April 2010 and the winner will be notified by email shortly after. One entry per person please.

The Peter Hook Unknown Pleasures Tour with Compere Howard Marks - full itinerary:

April

Sun 11 - Birmingham, Glee Club [0871 472 0400]
Mon 12 - Bolton, Albert Hall [01204 334400]
Tue 13 - Worcester, Huntingdon Hall [01905 611 427]
Thu 15 - Milton Keynes, Stables [01908 280800]
Sun 18 - Middlesbrough, Town Hall [01642 729729]
Tue 20 - Gateshead, The Sage [0191 443 4661]
Wed 21 - Durham, Gala [0191 332 4041]
Thu 22 - Burnley, Mechanics [01282 664400]
Sun 25 - Cardiff, Glee Club [0871 472 0400]
Mon 26 - Oxford, Academy [0844 477 2000]
Tue 27 - Wakefield, Theatre Royal [01924 211 311]
Wed 28 - Gloucester, Guild Hall [01452 50 30 50]
Thu 29 - Derby, Assembly Rooms [01332 255800]
Fri 30 - Norwich, UEA [01603 508050]

May

Sat 1 - Salford, The Lowry [0843 208 6000]
Sun 2 - Hull, Truck Theatre [01482 323638]

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