After lighting up the London Wonderground this summer with a dazzling cast of international talent, Cirque du Cabaret returns to the Leicester Square Theatre. You can be there too courtesy of This Is Cabaret.

For one lucky person, Christmas has come early. We have a pair of tickets to give away to the cornucopia of talent that is Cirque du Cabaret next Friday (20 December 20). The show has been going for ten years and, considering the latest cast of star names, it is easy to see why. Producer Sara Colohan has kept the formula fresh by having no two shows the same yet still packed with thrilling talent.

And she’s done it again. Cirque du Cabaret’s last outing this year showcases another crack crew covering burlesque, comedy, circus and music. Effervescent host Reuben Kaye makes his Cirque debut and he will have his hands full competing for attention alongside an all-female bill like this.

Titanic redhead Sophia St Villier and cheeky blonde Banbury Cross will be the burlesquers lighting up the Leicester Square Theatre stage alongside the amazing contortionist Ms Claudia. Providing the musical treats will be splendidly sassy close-harmony quartet Four Femmes On The Thames, a group noted for their brilliant adaptation of a JAY Z classic.

Want an eyeful of what to expect? Here’s some footage from some Cirque du Cabaret shows earlier this year.

What are you waiting for? There are three ways to earn yourself a couple of tickets.

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

● “Like” our Facebook page and share our competition image (if you don’t “like” us, we have no way of identifying you).

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

Choose one of the above. The competition’s deadline is 11am on Thursday 19 December 2013. This Is Cabaret will choose one winner by lucky draw and contact them with details on how to redeem their prize. 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.

For those traditionalists amongst you, tickets can be purchased from the Leicester Square Theatre’s official website.