Tewkesbury’s cultural hub, Roses Theatre, has recently launched a new scheme offering free tickets to the majority of its events for local Twitter users who tweet about their experiences.
#FreeTweetSeats will give local theatre, film and art enthusiasts the chance to enjoy everything from live opera on the big screen to anticipated live music events, dance performances and plays for free, whilst voicing their opinions to their own followers on the social networking site.
In order to qualify for a free ticket, guests will be asked to tweet in advance of the show about their enthusiasm for going to the Roses, then again with their thoughts during the interval, and finally a short review at the end – using the hashtag #FreeTweetSeats @rosestheatre.
Organisers say participants must commit to going to Roses Theatre at least once a month for a live performance or screening, agree the shows in advance with organisers and, of course, be sure to try and generate digital content to help raise the profile of the venue as best they can.
Locals who are not signed-up to Twitter, but have a Facebook profile or maintain a blog can also take part in #FreeTweetSeats through these channels too.
Plus, a special prize is promised to the tweeter who posts to the most channels, so if you want to get involved, tweet @rosestheatre using hashtag #FreeTweetSeats, leaving your email address or phone number for a member of the marketing department to contact you on.
Friday 21 September 2012
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