WIN tickets to see Jack and the Beanstalk at Nottingham Playhouse


The pantomime at Nottingham Playhouse is one of the highlights of the festive season and if you’re a fan then make sure you enter our competition to WIN a family ticket to the show.

This year’s glittering production is Jack and the Beanstalk and it stars the fabulous and well-loved Kenneth Alan Taylor as Dame Daisy. Kenneth has been involved in the Playhouse pantomime for the past 30 years, often writing it, directing it and performing in it. But make sure you get your tickets early because this will be your last chance to see him as dame after he announced his retirement earlier this year.

Kenneth will be joined by panto favourites John Elkington, Rebecca Little and Daniel Hoffmann-Gill so sit back and get ready to go on a magical adventure which promises to include outrageous costumes, music, mayhem and plenty of laughs along the way.

Jack and the Beanstalk opens on 29th November and runs until 18th January. For details and tickets visit the Playhouse website.

For your chance to WIN a family ticket (four people) on 5th December simply fill out the form below and submit it to us before 1st December.

Posted on 25 October 2013
Featured author: Catherine Allen Marketing Assistant

Arts fan, runner and cyclist who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, craft beer, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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