Two sets of tickets to The Dark Knight up for grabs

15 July 2008 by
Two sets of tickets to The Dark Knight up for grabs

Holy free ticket giveaway Batman! In association with Filmbank, the leading provider of Hollywood hotel room entertainment, is giving you the opportunity to win tickets to a private screening of the new Batman film.

This is your chance to spend an evening watching Christian Bale as Gotham's Dark Knight pit his wits against the late Heath Ledger, playing his nemesis the Joker, in private luxury only Bruce Wayne can buy

We have two pairs of tickets for the private screening, which takes place on 25 July at Warner House in London WC1 from 6pm-10pm.

While Batman's butler Alfred, played in the film by Michael Caine, will not be on hand to tend to your every need, drinks and canapés are included.

The winners are entitled to the film tickets only. This prize does not include travel to and from the event. The successful recipients of the tickets will be notified by Wednesday 23 July. To enter e-mail your details to with "Batman tickets" in the subject line.

For full terms and condition click here.

Filmbank is a joint venture company owned by Warner Bros Entertainment and Sony Pictures Releasing. It represents many of the leading Hollywood and independent film studios in the area of film usage outside the cinema and home.

Its specialist Hotelvision product maximises its unique ties with Hollywood to provide exclusive movies and studio content to hotels and their guests.

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