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Competition: Win tickets to a special ‘Magic Mike’ screening

So So Gay has five pairs of tickets to a special screening of ‘Magic Mike’ on 26 November, with DVDs for three runners-up.

Monday 26 November sees the Blu-ray and DVD release of one of this summer’s biggest and hottest hits, Magic Mike. Channing Tatum’s own life inspired his turn as Magic Mike, the irrepressible, mostly naked centrepiece of ‘Xquisite’, the steamiest, sexiest men’s dance show in Tampa Bay, Florida. Along with head honcho Dallas (Matthew McConaughey), Mike takes a young dancer, The Kid (Alex Pettyfer), under his wing to school him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women and making easy money.

Also starring True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello and White Collar‘s Matt Bomer, Magic Mike is the latest in director Steven Soderbergh’s diverse career, and offers an easy, laid-back charm alongside its eye-watering dance routines.

So So Gay is delighted to offer readers the chance to attend a special screening of the film to celebrate its Blu-ray and DVD release. On Monday 26 November, the evening kicks off in Soho at 6:30pm with a drinks reception and a very special performance from all-male strip group the Dream Idols. We have five pairs of tickets up for grabs, with a copy of Magic Mike on DVD for three other lucky readers. Simply complete the form below, submitting your entries before 6pm on 25 November.

Magic Mike is released on Blu-ray and DVD from 26 November, 2012, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment, and can bought from Amazon.

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