The award-winning duo return next month to the Soho Theatre with Sugar Tits. We have tickets and copies of their latest album Third to give away.

The album is available as a CD or on iTunes.

Bourgeois & Maurice are back and you can win tickets to their show. 

Neo-cabaret musical darlings Bourgeois & Maurice are no longer just a pair of crazy siblings with a fine line in sharp outfits and sharper lyrics. Oh no. The addition of a guitarist and drummer a couple of years ago has seen them their sound grow bigger and fiercer, something that led them to re-record some of their old hits like Ritalin for their latest album Third.

Their latest show Sugartits already bears the hallmarks of their classic gigs of yore. Cool video trailer? Check. A feast of brilliant new songs excoriating everything from the EU to unsuitable boyfriends? Check. Spacious venue which will allow Georgeois Bourgeois to, ahem, interact with the audience? Check.

All these gigs need now are some enthusiastic punters to cheer, chant and keep a wary eye on Bourgeois. And this is where you come in.

We have two tickets to the show on 11 September and the winner also walks away with a copy of Third. Because we’re feeling generous (could be the heat or the new meds), we also have an album to give away to a runner-up.

To bag yourself one of those prizes, you can enter the competition in three ways:

● Follow @ThisIsCabaret on Twitter and re-tweet our post about the competition

● Become our fan on Facebook and share our competition image (if you don’t become a fan we have no way of identifying you).

● E-mail with the subject line COMPETITION-SOHOTHEATRE.

Choose one of the above. The competition’s deadline is 11am on Friday, 30 August. This Is Cabaret will choose the winners by lucky draw and contact them with details on how to redeem their prize.

Small print alert: by submitting an entry to this competition you confirm that you are at least 18 years old and have read and accepted our Terms and Conditions.

Bourgeois & Maurice are appearing at Soho Theatre from 9-21 September. Ticket information can be found here.

And here are five Bourgeois & Maurice videos you should see before you die.