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Win tickets to ‘The Swing’ boxing night at The Troxy

PUBLISHED: 12:15 09 October 2010 | UPDATED: 09:41 11 October 2010

Fighters Kevin Ritchie (left) and Tony Denham (right) square up to each other ahead of their fight on October 21

Fighters Kevin Ritchie (left) and Tony Denham (right) square up to each other ahead of their fight on October 21

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Answer the question below, to win tickets to a night of boxing and music at The Troxy venue on October 21. including a performance from Amy Winehouse’s father, Mitch.

'The Swing' boxing and music event at The Troxy

ACTORS, ‘city-boys’ and East End fighters are all on the bill for The Swing boxing event at The Troxy, a 1930s art-deco Grade-II listed building, on October 21.

With Mitch Winehouse and other performers providing entertainment, boxing fans can enjoy a main bout between former Scottish amateur heavyweight champion Kevin Ritchie and The Football Factory and Gangster No. 1 actor Tony Denham.

Plus a charity auction to support local causes Dance Aid, the Factory East boxing club and Rathbone.

Tickets cost between £30 and £125, but the East London Advertiser has a pair of tickets to give away through promoters Second Time Round Productions.

Just email your answer to the question below to alistair.kleebauer@archant.co.uk with a daytime telephone number by October 15 and you could be there on the night.

What was the name of Amy Winehouse’s debut album, released in 2003? Was it:

A - Brian

B - Frank

C - Julian

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