Roger McGough’s "McGoughiere" adaptation of the classic Molière comedy, The Hypochondriac, has packed out the Playhouse since it opened last month. Due to phenomenal demand, the show has been extended and will now run until Saturday 18 July. We have four pairs of tickets to give away for the final performance before the show is due to set off on its UK tour.
The focus is with the character Argan, a healthy, wealthy gent so convinced that he is seriously ill, he is completely oblivious to the goings on in his own household. You can read our Phil Key's review in full here.
We know how Liverpool Confidential readers love to rant, but how hypochondriacal can you be?
For a free pair of tickets, tell us what is wrong with you (nothing too deep, please. Oh and people with swine flu need not apply to be part of the audience as The Playhouse will probably never speak to us again).
But basically, why do you deserve to be treated (to a couple of tickets) over your Average Joe in perfect health.
The most abnormally troubled souls will win. Go!
This competition has now closed. Congratulations to our winners whoever you were.