|Kathryn Rooney, Lesley Joseph, Brian Conley and Andrew Ryan |
WIN Robinson Crusoe Birmingham Tickets
Date: 25 November 2012
ABOUT THIS OFFER:
WIN a family ticket (that's 4 tickets!) to see Robinson Crusoe and the Caribbean Pirates at the Birmingham Hippodrome on January 22.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Robinson Crusoe and the Caribbean Pirates
Splice the mainbrace, pull up the anchor, don’t get cast adrift and book now for our swashbuckling pantomime adventure, Robinson Crusoe and the Caribbean Pirates. Starring Brian Conley and Lesley Joseph.
This year’s action-packed show promises another must-see Birmingham Hippodrome panto featuring fabulous sets, outrageous costumes and stunning special effects…along with a few surprises to shiver your timbers!
Will Blackheart the Pirate manage to steal the treasure map from our hero Robinson Crusoe? Will Robinson Crusoe manage to defeat the mighty sea monster? Come aboard and all will be revealed!
Birmingham Hippodrome, January 22, 7.15pm
HOW TO ENTER:
To WIN a family ticket to Robinson Crusoe answer this simple question:
In which reality television programme did pantomime star Brian Conley recently appear in?
and send your answer in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org making the subject heading Robinson Crusoe by the closing date on Monday 7 January 2013.
Terms and Conditions:
Tickets cannot be exchanged for any other dates. Only one entry per household/email account please, as multiple entries/spammers will be deleted. Also, please ensure that you are free to attend on Tuesday 22 January at 7.15pm, as we cannot offer alternative dates or times, should your plans change. Travel is not provided and please note seating could be anywhere in the theatre and we are not provided with these details in advance.
Thanks and good luck!
- by Kieran Johnson
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