Win tickets to an exclusive Mark Ronson gig and film screening

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It’s no secret, we’re big fans of transatlantic producer and style icon Mark Ronson here at Esquire. It’s no secret, mainly because he’s graced the cover of our October issue for the past two years consecutively. You’ll understand then, why we’re so excited about our latest Ronson-related competition.

We’ve teamed up with American Express® to offer three readers a pair of tickets to an intimate Mark Ronson gig and red carpet screening of a new short film at London’s Abbey Road Studios on November 25.

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The event, hosted by another friend of Esquire, Rick Edwards, marks the unveiling of ‘Epic’, a short film celebrating the power of live music to inspire and entertain directed by Ridley Scott Associates. The film, commissioned by American Express, portrays a music concert as viewed through the eyes of a cast of colourful characters, interspersed with 21 images entered into American Express and Channel 4’s ‘My Live Story’ competition.

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The winning entries, selected by a panel including Ridley Scott Associates Director Toby Dye and Ronson himself (who collaborated on the soundtrack), each depict the way in which gigs can be so much more than just music. The entries can be seen at channel4.com/mylivestory.

My Live Story was created in celebration of American Express’ award-winning Preferred Seating programme, which provides Cardmembers with exclusive access to a host of music and cultural events throughout the year. For the latest news, information and exclusive offers visit amex.co.uk/music

In addition to the film premiere and a performance from Mark Ronson and The Business International, winners of this exclusive prize will have the opportunity to record a single, joining the stellar list of artists to have recorded at these legendary studios.

To be in with a chance of winning simply send your contact details (including postal address and telephone number) to online@esquire.co.uk. Oh and be sure to include “Mark Ronson” in the subject line.

Esquire Competition Rules

Only one entry will be accepted per person. The closing date for receipt of competition entries is midday on November 19 2010.

Winners will be notified by email or phone on or before November 25.

The competition is only open to UK residents over the age of 18.

Travel & accommodation is not included.

Entry to the competition and acceptance of the prize constitutes permission to use the winner’s name for promotional purposes without additional consultation.

This competition is not open to employees of The National Magazine Company Limited or our competition partners or their direct family members.

The prize winners will be selected at random by The National Magazine Company Limited. No purchase necessary.

Only the winners will be contacted personally. A list of winners will be available by sending a SAE to Esquire magazine, Competition winners, 72 Broadwick Street, London W1F 9EP.

Prizes must be taken as stated and cannot be deferred although The National Magazine Company Limited reserve the right to change the prizes in the event of unforeseen circumstances. There will be no cash alternative.

The National Magazine Company Limited does not accept any responsibility for late or lost entries. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.

The National Magazine Company Limited’s decision is final in every situation, including any not covered above and no correspondence will be entered into.

Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them.

The National Magazine Company Limited shall be permitted to exclude any entrant at any time at its sole discretion.

Where The National Magazine Company Limited runs a competition with a promoter such that the promoter is responsible for the selection and/or the provision of prizes then The National Magazine Company Limited shall not be responsible for or have any liability for the provision of such prizes.

If there is any conflict with these rules and the specific competition rules then the latter take preference.

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