Win tickets to see Ireland’s Call at Norwich Theatre Royal

Follow the journey of Sean Dempsey from his beloved Emerald Isle to a new life in America in Ireland's Call
Follow the journey of Sean Dempsey from his beloved Emerald Isle to a new life in America in Ireland's Call
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East meets West in a major on-stage celebration of Celtic culture which is on its way to Norwich Theatre Royal – and in today’s Lynn News competition we have two pairs of tickets on offer.

Ireland’s Call follows the story of Sean Dempsey who decides to leave his Irish homeland and girlfriend to start off a new life in America, but will his love for his sweetheart and his homeland prove too strong?

Energetic dancing in Ireland's Call

Energetic dancing in Ireland's Call

That is the setting for the show which takes to the stage on March 27 and features a whole host of musical styles including Irish, rock ‘n’ roll and big band.

The production also features performers with links to West Norfolk.

Chris Duggan, who takes on the role of Jonny Rocco, lived in Hunstanton for several years with a friend and spent time working in King’s Lynn’s well-known East Coast Music store. And it will also feature students from the Lynn-based Noise and Chance School of Dance performing alongside the main cast.

We have linked up with Norwich Theatre Royal to give away two pairs of tickets to go and see Ireland’s Call. To be in with a chance of winning, just answer the question below:

What is the name of the lead character in Ireland’s Call who decides to start a new life in America?

A – Patrick Dempsey

B – Jack Dempsey

C – Sean Dempsey

Please send your answers to Ireland’s Call, Newsdesk, Lynn News, Limes house, Purfleet Street, King’s Lynn PE30 1HL. You can also email to: and please type in Ireland’s Call in the subject box.

You must be quick as the closing date for entries is first post on Monday, March 21. The tickets for the winners are for Ireland’s Call on Sunday, March 27 at 7.30pm; they cannot be exchanged for seats for another show, or a cash alternative.

Tickets for Ireland’s Call are £7-£23.50, discounts for Friends; to book, call the box office on 01603 630000 or log onto