Win a family ticket to The Star Wars Saga at the Royal Concert Hall

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With the impending arrival of the seventh film in the Star Wars series – The Force Awakens, the hype around the franchise has been greater than ever in 2015. To get fans in the mood and ‘feel the force’ of its impending arrival on the big screen, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra are touring the country with a mesmerizing show, bringing together all the iconic musical scores from episodes 1 – 6.

Re-live the tragic romance of Anakin and Padame, feel as if you’re soaring through the asteroids with the Millenium Falcon and enjoy the classic opening music to the films in this spectacular musical performance on 23rd November at the Royal Concert Hall. Costumed characters from the films will be making appearances as well as scene setting from actor Marc Silk, who is a member of the Star Wars cast himself. It will be a night to remember for any Star Wars fan.

We’ve teamed up with Nottingham’s Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall to give away a family ticket to The Star Wars Saga on 23rd November 2015. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is fill out the form below and answer the question that follows. The closing date is Wednesday 18th November, terms and conditions apply.

Best of luck and may the force be with you!

Posted on 10 November 2015
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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