Win Tickets to Little Red Riding Hood
Date: 27 November 2009
THE SHOW: TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Get set for festive forest adventure Little Red Riding Hood which is presented by The Arches, Glasgow from Wednesday 2nd December 2009 – Sunday 3rd January 2010. Held in the venue’s intimate studio theatre, this fun-filled show will appeal to kids from 3 to 103 and features live music, puppets, dancing and an modern twist or two! Watch the forest unfold as street smart Little Red Riding Hood ventures to the middle of the forest to visit her sick Granny’s house with a basket of goodies. The mischievous heroine loses her way, but soon makes new friends who can help her on her travels. When she meets the goofy Mr Wolf at the apple tree, he tricks her into taking a longer path while he runs ahead to Granny's house to cause mayhem. Can Little Red Riding Hood outsmart the Wolf and save her beloved Granny?
Whatsonstage.com has a family ticket to Little Red Riding Hood at Glasgow's Arches Theatre to give away.
HOW TO WIN:
If you would like to be in with a chance of winning, just answer the following question: Who ate Red Riding Hood's grandmother? Please email your full name, home-town and answer with the heading ‘Riding Hood Comp’ to email@example.com by the closing date of Saturday 6th December 2009. The winners will be notified by email on Sunday 7th December 2009. Should you not be lucky this time around then call The Arches Box Office on 0141 565 1000 to book tickets or visit www.thearches.co.uk. Tickets are just £8 for adults and £4 for children/conc
Tickets can be booked for performances on 9th
December and 2nd
January 2010. These dates are subject to availability. Shows are held at 1.30pm and 3.30pm on school holidays and weekends and 10.30am and 1.30pm Mon-Fri. Only one entry per household please (this includes email addresses) and please note that multiple entries will be deemed void. Please also note that travel is not provided and WOS Scotland cannot be held responsible if our email is filtered as junk by your server, therefore please check the site for winners names also. Thanks and Good Luck!
- by Joseph Pike
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