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Competition: Win a pair of tickets for BFI’s Doris Day season

So So Gay and the BFI Southbank have teamed up to offer readers three pairs of tickets to any film in the Doris Day season this December.

Living legend and queer icon Doris Day is being celebrated at the BFI Southbank this December, with screenings of several of her finest films throughout the month. The wonderful folks at the BFI are offering three So So Gay readers a pair of tickets to any film of their choice in the season, subject to availability.

If you’d like to be in with a chance, simply fill out the form below by 18:00pm on 29 November and you could find yourself a winner. You can find full details of the season on the BFI website.




  1. TooaPenny

    19 Nov 2012 at 20:44

    @SoSoGay @bfi @randomfurlong Holy Shit I need to win this!

  2. caspararemi

    23 Nov 2012 at 23:25

    @JamesArthurRyan hey, editorial guys have changed a few times since then, will try to work out who asked us to run it. Sorry about that

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