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That’s not good.
It’s not great, either.
It’s actually more like friggin’ fantastic!

The London Paper is running a promotion on Monday to win tickets to the world premiere of the Boat That Rocked that night (Monday 23rd March)!

The first 150 people to turn up at the foyer of the Empire cinema Leicester Square at 4pm on Monday 23 March with their copy of THE LONDON PAPER  will receive a ticket to the premiere!!

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Wait, wait – there’s a catch (there always¬† is – competitions are like marriages):

YOU HAVE TO TURN UP IN 1960’s FANCY DRESS!

Now that’s typical – if there’s one thing I have plenty of, then it’s 1960’s style dresses. Alas, I’m not in London, so you’ve got one person less standing in your way. Or take pictures of you while you’re not looking and then posting them on the internet.

Just in case you’re in doubt what 1960’s clothes looked like:

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Talulah Riley as Marianne

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Philip Seymour Hoffman as The Count

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Rhys Ifans as Gavin

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Tom Sturridge as Carl

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Kenneth Branagh as Minister Dormandy

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Bill Nighy as Quentin

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Nick Frost as Dave

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Is that you, Gemma Atterton? If yes, you're playing Desiree.

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Rhys Darby as Angus

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Chris O'Dowd as Simon

If you want to go for “cool” rather than “colourful to the point of ouch”, I’d suggest the following look, though:

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Damian O'Hare - not in the movie, but looking mighty fine in 1960's garb.

There’s also an official MySpace page for “The Boat That Rocked” – quizzes, trailers, behind-the-scenes videos, playlist, news, competitions and lots of other things.

TAKE ME TO THE SOFT, WHITE UNDERBELLY OF THE INTERNET MYSPACE!

Have a lot of fun, lucky winners of premiere tickets! And everybody else watching the movie as well!

Been to the premiere? Or seen the movie some other day? Let us know what you thought of it – no matter if you loved “The Boat That Rocked” or hated it. Leave a message, send a mail, release a pigeon. Messages in a bottle are also welcome.

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