The Look of Love ticket giveaway!

Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge!), performs the lead in the true-life story of the man behind Soho’s notorious Raymond Revue Bar and Men Only magazine. Directed by Michael Winterbottom, the story tells of Paul Raymond, who began his professional life with an end of the pier mind-reading act. He soon realized that the audience were more interested in watching his beautiful assistant, and that they liked it even more if she was topless. He quickly became one of Britain’s leading nude revue producers. In 1958 he opened his Revue Bar in Soho, the heart of London’s West End. As it was a private club, the nudes were allowed to move. A huge success, it became the cornerstone of a Soho empire, prompting the Sunday Times in 1992 to crown him the Richest Man in Britain.

The film focuses on Raymond’s relationships with the three most important women in his life: his wife Jean (Anna Friel), his lover Fiona (Tamsin Egerton) and his daughter Debbie (Imogen Poots). It is a modern day King Midas story, with Raymond acquiring fabulous wealth, but at the cost of losing the people who are closest to him.

Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have FIVE DOUBLE PASSES to giveaway to our Australian-based readers (sorry, everyone else). To be in with a chance of winning a double pass, just follow these two simple steps:

1. Send an email (subject line “I want to look at love!”) to with the answer to this question: Which Norwich-based DJ is Steve Coogan famed for playing?
2. Like our Facebook page (where we will announce our winners and bring you updates on other competitions/awesome stuff).

The giveaway will run until 5pm on 20th June 2013. One entry per email address. The passes are valid in participating cinemas in Australia for the duration of the film’s run, which starts June 27. Check the film’s certification before entering. If you ain’t old enough, you ain’t getting in. Please incude your postal address in your email so we can send you your double pass if you win (full Terms & Conditions can be found here). Good luck dudes/dudettes!

Find out more about who he was and the legacy he left behind here. Only in cinemas 27th of June.