Your chance to WIN tickets to see pantomime Sleeping Beauty at Nottingham Playhouse

Sleeping Beauty 2014

Panto season is here . . . Oh yes it is!

This Christmas, Nottingham Playhouse welcomes families with open arms to its performance of Sleeping Beauty. Come prepared for laughs aplenty, glitter galore and thrilling musical numbers – everything you have come to love about Nottingham Playhouse pantomime.

Sleeping Beauty will be at Nottingham Playhouse from 28th November 2014 to 17th January 2015. Although long-standing Nottingham Playhouse favourite Kenneth Alan Taylor has taken a step back from performing, you won’t be short of a laugh or two as he is still behind the scenes directing, plus there will be a few familiar faces for you to hiss, cheer and applaud, as well as a new handsome prince on the block.

For your chance to WIN one of two family tickets (for four people each) to see Sleeping Beauty at Nottingham Playhouse, simply fill in the form below by 27th November 2014.

Terms and conditions: There will be two family tickets available, and there will be two winners chosen. Tickets will need to be collected from Nottingham Playhouse box office on the evening of the performance.  The winner cannot swap their dates.

The first ticket winner can choose from the following dates:
Monday 1 – Thursday 4 December 2014
Monday 8 – Thursday 11 December 2014

And then the second winner from the following dates:
Tuesday 6 – Thursday 8 December 2014
Tuesday 13 – Thursday 15 December 2014

Please note: This competition has now closed.

 

Posted on 06 November 2014
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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