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Damien Molony Forum's King Lear Christmas Charity Prize Draw

Fundraising for Age UK

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DMF & DAMIEN MOLONY King Lear Christmas Charity Prize Draw: WIN rare programme signed by ENTIRE CAST!

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THE PRIZE DRAW IS NOW CLOSED! 

Thank you to everyone who supported and donated, together we
have raised £445 for Age UK! Huge thanks to Damien and the King Lear cast for making the fundraiser possible. Wishing everyone a peaceful Christmas!

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This Christmas DMF and Damien Molony are fundraising for
Age UK in our charity prize draw.

With the help of Damien and the entire cast of King Lear, we have one very exclusive item to give away - a  special programme signed by all sixteen cast members, including Damien and Sir Ian Mckellen. 

Enter the prize draw and it could be yours!

A single autograph from each of these renowned actors from the recent Chichester Festival Theatre production is a treasure. But a collection from the entire ensemble cast makes this a unique and extraordinary prize.

In order of listing, you could win a programme signed by: Ian McKellen (King Lear), Jonathan Bailey (Edgar), Kirsty Bushell (Regan), Richard Clews (Gentleman Informer / Old Man, Sinéad Cusack (Countess of Kent), Phil Daniels (Fool), John Hastings (Curan / Doctor), Dervla Kirwan (Goneril), Tamara Lawrance (Cordelia), Dominic Mafham (Duke of Albany), Jake Mann (Duke of Burgundy), Michael Matus (Oswald), Damien Molony (Edmund), Caleb Roberts (King of France / British Captain), Patrick Robinson (Duke of Cornwall / Albany's Man), Danny Webb (Earl of Gloucester).

TAKE A LOOK AT THE PHOTOS BELOW!

The programme also contains exclusive cast rehearsal photos by Manuel Harlan, actor and creatives biographies, a play synopsis and 'King Lear and our age of uncertainty' by Fergal Keane.

The themes in King Lear are reflected in our choice of charity. Age UK helps more than 7 million people each year, providing companionship, advice and support for older people who need it most.

A donation of £2.50 gives you one entry into the prize draw, and will help to support their work in enabling older people in the UK to be more independent and to combat loneliness. You can enter as many times as you like, each £2.50 counts as one entry.

If you would like to make a difference to the lives of older people this Christmas, please help us to raise as much as possible by donating to this very worthy charity at a very challenging time of year for many.

Every penny donated will go to Age UK and each donation
helps.  Not only that, every donation will be entered into the draw for the chance to win this one of a kind prize!

Thank you.......

DMF

@DMolonyForum | http://damienmolony.org | http://www.damienmolonyforum.com/

How to donate and prize draw info

~ Click on the donation button top right and enter your
donation amount and details

~ The minimum donation to be entered into the prize draw is £2.50. A £5 donation is 2 entries, £10 is 4 entries, £20 8 entries and so on.

~ You can use your name, online nickname, or
anonymous in your donation entry, as long as your correct details are given in the contact section. If you make multiple donations be sure to use the same name.

~ The draw is open internationally, donations are made by PayPal which are automatically converted into UK sterling.

~ Prize draws are sadly not eligible for Giftaid, so please
don't select this option.

~ The prize draw deadline is midnight (UK time) Sunday 17 December. Once the draw closes, one entry will be drawn at random. Donations made after that date will not be entered into the draw, but are most welcome for fundraising purposes.

With Thanks

Huge thanks to Damien for signing and organising the programme, and for making this fundraiser possible. Our thanks to all the cast of King Lear for signing and supporting our fundraising efforts. With gratitude also to Chichester Festival Theatre.

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