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Win tickets for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' upcoming concert film, and some goodies too

The film was shot at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena last year.
Published: 10:16 am, April 09, 2018
Win tickets for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' upcoming concert film, and some goodies too
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will soon screen a full concert from their 2017 world tour.

For one-night-only, Thursday 12th April, the film - shot at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October - will be shown in cinemas worldwide. It sees him performing tracks from his new album ‘Skeleton Tree’, alongside cuts from his back-catalogue.

UK cinemas include venues in Uckfield, Manchester, Sheffield, Bradford, Leeds, Lewes, Brighton, Canterbury, Worthing, Wimbledon, London, Barnes, Portsmouth, Southampton, Bath, Norwich, Cardiff, Coventry, Leicester and loads more.

To celebrate the release, Dork has a few goodies to give away to one lucky winner - including a Skeleton Tree tote bag, Lovely Creatures badges, a classic Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album selected at random, a Distant Sky cinema poster, and two Distant Sky cinema tickets for the 12th April screening at a cinema of your choice.

The competition closes at midnight on Wednesday 11th April, so you don’t have long to enter - hop to it.

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Watch the trailer below.

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