DAY SIX: Experience Nottinghamshire Advent Calendar

Advent Day 6

On the 6th day of Christmas, Experience Nottinghamshire and Lakeside Arts Centre,  give to you
1 x family ticket (4 persons) to see one peformance of Two Little Boys at Lakeside Arts Centre (performances from 07 December – 30 December 2012 subject to availability)

Two little boys had two little toys, each had a wooden horse. They spent long summer days playing as all children do. Warriors one minute, mishaps and broken toys the next. One thing was for certain, from happy-go-lucky boys to brave young men, their friendship would last forever.
Inspired by the song made famous by Rolf Harris, Olivier Award winning writer Mike Kenny takes the lyrics to create a heart warming new tale of life-long camaraderie and friendship.

Tickets for the play are available direct from Lakeside Arts Centre. Please call 0115 846 7777 for more information. 

To enter the competition answer this simple question

Who made the song ‘Two Little Boys’ famous?

A. Rolf Harris
B. Kylie Minogue
C. Dame Edna Everage

Send your answer A, B or C … to, and title your email DAY 6 ADVENT ENTRY, leave a comment below OR reply to us on Facebook or Twitter.

Terms & Conditions:
This competition runs on 06 December 2012 from 9am, and will close on 07 December 2012 at 9am. The judge’s decision is final. The chosen winners will be picked at random on  08 December and will be announced no later than 08 December 2012. Tickets are non-exchangeable nor transferable and are subject to availability and at the discretion of the manager. Tickets are for 1 family (4 persons) to attend 1 performance of Two Little Boys, on any date it is running (subject to availability).

The tickets are offered courtesy of Lakeside Arts Centre.

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

Posted on 06 December 2012
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

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

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