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Win exclusive prize packages to Being a Man Festival

We've got over 10 pairs of Weekend Passes to give away

We’ve teamed up with Being A Man festival to offer our lucky readers the chance to win exciting prize packages in the lead up to the festival, which takes place from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 November 2016 at Southbank Centre.

The first prize includes two Weekend Passes to Being A Man festival, a meal for two at Skylon, glasses of prosecco on arrival and a private box for Kele Okereke’s acoustic gig and Sir Roger Moore’s discussion event in Royal Festival Hall. Plus we’re giving ten runners up the chance to win a pair of Weekend Passes and a pair of tickets to Sir Roger Moore’s event.

Being A Man addresses the pressures of masculine identity in the 21st century.

Now in its third year, Being A Man festival returns for three days in November 2016. With discussions and debates on everything from shared paternity leave to shyness, video games, education and dealing with pressure, BAM invites you to join a conversation about the shifting frontiers of masculinity.

Speakers include musician Professor Green, who in recent documentaries has brought attention to a range of issues including homelessness, dangerous dogs and male suicide; the founding fathers of hip-hop, The Last Poets alongside Ashley Walters (aka Asher D from So Solid Crew); solo artist and frontman of Bloc Party, Kele Okereke; actor Christopher Eccleston (Dr Who, Thor) and Sir Roger Moore, who reflects candidly on playing the ultimate screen hero, 007.

Day and Weekend Passes are available now.

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