Win opening night tickets for the SOLD OUT show The World According To Kaleb at the Everyman Theatre

SoGlos has teamed up with Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre to give away tickets to Chipping Norton's finest celebrity farmer's sold out show this January 2024.


One lucky SoGlos reader will win two tickets to see Kaleb Coopers' SOLD OUT show at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham this January 2024.

Taking a break from babysitting Jeremy Clarkson on Clarkson's Farm, Chipping Norton's famed farmer, Kaleb Cooper, is embarking on his first ever theatre tour, The World According To Kaleb - Kaleb Goes On Tour — and SoGlos has teamed up with the Everyman Theatre to give away tickets to the sold out opening night.

One lucky winner will receive a pair of tickets to the event on Thursday 25 January 2024, where audiences can expect to hear Cooper's amusing comments on life, the universe and everything in between — as well as strong views on matters including sheep, Jeremy Clarkson, goats, New York, famous people, why farming is the best job in the world and even hairstyles... including his own. 

During the show, Cooper will give members of the crowd the chance to participate in some interesting rural pastimes, as well as highlighting of the many challenges that British farmers face today, encouraging individuals to make a difference and support them, all tied together with often-unwitting humour, deadpan delivery and unique observation.

To be in with a chance of winning the tickets, follow Everyman Theatre and SoGlos on Instagram via and and like the post below on Instagram — tagging all the friends who you think would like to win.

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Competition prize

Two tickets to see The World According To Kaleb - Kaleb Goes On Tour on Thursday 25 January 2024

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