This week, Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Ramps On The Moon present The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, adapted by David Harrower at Liverpool's Everyman Theatre.

From Wednesday 1 - Saturday 11 June, Gogol’s satirical masterpiece will be showing at the Hope Street venue, and this hilarious riot of corruption, lies and greed has lost none of its original bite.

Visually stunning, with a spectacular set and lavish costumes, reminiscent of The Grand Budapest Hotel, this dazzling production will contain a creative use of Audio Description, Captioning and British Sign Language in all performances.

To celebrate the arrival of this hilarious play to Liverpool we've teamed up with the theatre to offer two pairs of tickets to FACT members. To enter the competition please answer the question below and email your answer to 

Gogol’s The Government Inspector was the inspiration for the 1949 Hollywood musical film The Inspector General. Which American actor played the title role of Georgi in that film?

Tickets are valid on performance between Wednesdy 1 - Saturday 11 June. For more information, visit the Everyman & Playhouse website.

Winners will be announced on Monday 6 June. To become a FACT member, visit the Box Office at FACT - find out more about the offers included on the card.