DAY 9: Experience Nottinghamshire Advent Calendar

Advent day 9

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO MICHAEL OFFILER

On the 9th day of Christmas, Experience Nottinghamshire and Lace Market Theatre,  give to you
1 x family ticket for four persons to enjoy a performance of Arabian Nights at the Lace Market Theatre, between 14-19 January 2013.

The Lace Market Theatre presents exciting, innovative theatre throughout the year, with drama for all tastes. All productions are open to the public. The theatre is run entirely by its members and is a member of the Little Theatre Guild.

Arabian Nights

“Night after night Queen Shahrazad bewitches King Shahrya with her magical tales in order to save herself from death. Celebrating the power of imagination and story-telling this production promises to be a visual treat for all the senses and all the family. This is the same play that was a huge hit for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2009.” 

To enter the competition answer this simple question:
What is the bewitching Queen called in the production of Arabian Nights? 

A. Queen Elizabeth II
B. Queen Shahrazad
C. Queens of the Stone Age

Send your answer A, B or C … to social@experiencenottinghamshire.com, and title your email DAY 9 ADVENT ENTRY, leave a comment below OR reply to us on Facebook or Twitter.

Terms & Conditions:
This competition runs on 09 December 2012 from 9am, and will close on 10 December 2012 at 9am. The judge’s decision is final. The chosen winners will be picked at random on  10 December and will be announced no later than 11 December 2012. Tickets are non-exchangeable nor transferable and subject to availability for a performance between January 14-19 2013, and at the discretion of the manager.

The tickets are offered courtesy of Lace Market Theatre.

Visit out Love Notts Facebook Page tomorrow to find out what you can win from the Notts Pole next!

Posted on 09 December 2012
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

Often found roaming the Notts countryside. Spaniel Lover. Stargazer. Sweet tooth.

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