Would you like to attend a one-night-only screening of a recorded concert by Queen and Paul Rodgers in support of World AIDS Day on December 1? The Observer has three pairs of tickets
to give away to the showing at Harrow Vue cinema on Monday evening - but you'll have to hurry, since the competition closes tomorrow (Friday) at 5pm!
The iconic rock group travelled to Ukraine in September to play in front of a record 350,000 people for The Elena Franchuk AntiAIDS Foundation, whose message is: "Don't let AIDS ruin your life".
It is particularly poignant for the band members since their original frontman Freddie Mercury died of AIDS-induced bronchopneumonia in 1991.
Award-winning director David Mallet filmed the sensational two-and-a-half hour gig, called 'Let The Cosmos Rock', in crystal clear picture and sound quality.
He says: "The big screen setting is an ideal medium in which to feel a sense of participation in the event.
"This was by far the biggest show of its kind ever staged."
Harrow Vue in St George's Shopping Centre, St Ann's Road, Harrow, is one of 39 cinemas in the chain taking part, and the screening begins at 8pm.
**If you're not one of our lucky winners, tickets cost £7 and can be bought from www.myvue.com/queen or by calling 08712 240 240, or directly from participating cinemas.
How to win:
TO BE in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to Let The Cosmos Rock at Harrow Vue, just answer the following question correctly:
Q: The Queen and Paul Rodgers concert 'Let The Cosmos Rock' took place in which eastern European country?
Email your answer, along with your name, address and a daytime contact number by 5pm tomorrow (Friday, November 28) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Usual TMS competition rules apply.