Here’s your chance to grab a friend and jet to the set of House of Cards to hang with Kevin Spacey and Beau Willimon.

A new raffle on is giving you the chance to win the once-in-a-lifetime experience, which includes a Freddy’s-style BBQ lunch and the opportunity to perfect your acting skills when you rehearse a scene with one of the greatest actors of all time! You’ll also spend time with Beau Willimon when you get a personal tour of the stages and chat about writing for television and film.

The raffle benefits The Old Vic and the Geffen Playhouse. The Old Vic is one of the best known and best loved theatres in the world, synonymous with the greatest acting talent that Britain has ever produced from Laurence Olivier, Peggy Ashcroft, John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson to Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Albert Finney, and Peter O’Toole. This iconic 195-year-old building has a rich history of great performances and The Old Vic Theatre Company under the artistic leadership of Kevin Spacey, continues to attract the best creative talent from the UK and all over the world to tread its famous boards. Founded by theater, film and television luminary Gil Cates, the Geffen Playhouse has been an integral part of Los Angeles theater since opening its doors in 1995. Noted for its intimacy and celebrated for its commitment to the development of new plays, the Geffen Playhouse continues to present a body of work that garners national recognition. An active member of the community, the Geffen Playhouse has a groundbreaking education and outreach program that targets students, seniors and everyone in between who otherwise would not have access to live theater.

As an added incentive, you will receive House of Cards memorabilia – such as t-shirts and glasses – depending on how much you donate.

There are only a few days left – to find out more, click here.

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