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Win! Tickets To The Rolling Stones Film Premiere!

Win! Tickets To The Rolling Stones Film Premiere!

In the new April issue of UNCUT, there's an exclusive interview with Rolling Stones Keith Richards and Mick Jagger. And amazingly, Uncut.co.uk has an exclusive competition prize of a PAIR of tickets to the London premiere of their new Martin Scorsese-directed flick 'Shine A Light'!

Not only does the prize include a pair of tickets to the premiere on April 2 - meaning you'll see the film ahead of everyone else when it opens on April 11 - the Stones and Scorsese will also be in attendance on the red carpet.

Plus we'll put you up in a swish West End Hotel overnight, the Rathbone Hotel!

To be in with a chance of winning this superb prize, all you have to do is check out the UNCUT interview in the latest issue and
answer the simple question BY CLICKING HERE.

This competition closes on Friday March 28 at 6pm. Winners will be notified by telephone/email, so please include your daytime contact details.
Please note: travel to London is not included in the prize.

In the Uncut interview, Richards calls Jagger a "power freak". "Mick's a maniac," he says. "He can't get up in the morning without knowing immediately who he's going to call. Meanwhile, I just go 'Thank God I'm awake' and wait for three or four hours before I do anything.

Richards passes judgment on the Led Zeppelin reunion: "Fuck off. 'Stairway To Heaven' don't make it for me, baby." He also has little time for the Stones' successors, saying, "I didn't like Oasis. I didn't like the Sex Pistols. I don't like any of those English rock'n'roll bands. They're all fucking crap."

Meanwhile, you can read Uncut's first review of 'Shine A Light' by clicking here now.

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