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Win a pair of tickets to see Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

PUBLISHED: 12:55 28 July 2010 | UPDATED: 17:03 07 September 2010

Kenwood House and Estate was left to the nation by Edward Cecil Guinness, first Earl of Iveagh in 1927. Situated on the northern edge of Hampstead Heath, Kenwood has provided an idyllic retreat from inner city life for many generations of Londoners.

Kenwood House and Estate was left to the nation by Edward Cecil Guinness, first Earl of Iveagh in 1927. Situated on the northern edge of Hampstead Heath, Kenwood has provided an idyllic retreat from inner city life for many generations of Londoners.

The House is a fine example of an 18th century stately home, and contains many masterpieces by world-renowned painters.

For more historical and visitor information on Kenwood, including opening hours, please call 0870 333 1181.

Vivaldi composed a concerto in four movements. What is it called?

A: Four Seasons
B: Four Days
C: Four Seconds

Call 09011 542 379 and follow the instructions or text ACOMP followed by a space then your answer (a, b or c) name, address and postcode to 85010.


Four winners will be selected at random to win a pair of tickets each from all correct entries after lines close at midday on Friday, 6th August 2010. Winners will be contacted by phone on the same day by 6pm. Calls cost 50p from BT landlines. Other operators/mobiles may vary. Texts cost 50p plus standard network rate. Prize comprises a pair of tickets and is not transferable. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Travel not included. Published in other Archant titles. Standard Archant rules apply. SP: Eckoh UK Ltd, PO Box 206, HP3 9FT, Tel 01442 450707.


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