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WIN Family Tickets for Horrible Science in Manchester

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WIN one of two Family Tickets (admits four, one of which must be a child) to see Horrible Science in Manchester. For your chance to see the show at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, enter now!



Birmingham Stage Company, producers of six hugely popular Horrible Histories shows, is heading to the Palace Theatre with an exciting new production based on the popular Horrible Science books by Nick Arnold and illustrated by Tony De Saulles. Using actors and amazing 3D Bogglevision special effects, the show, adapted for the stage by Mark Williams and directed by Phil Clark, attempts to find the awful answers to important questions such as why do we produce 50,000 litres of spit in a lifetime – enough to fill 100 baths and can you fight deadly diseases and beastly bacteria just using an egg?

Horrible Science is suitable for all the family aged 6+ and covers much of the science curriculum that Key Stage 2 children have to learn but deals with these topics in such unusual and hilariously disgusting ways as to seem a million miles from the classroom!

Winning Venue
Palace Theatre, Manchester - Tues 19th October at 7.00pm

To WIN one of two Family Tickets (each one admits four people, one of whom must be a child) for Horrible Science at Manchester's Palace Theatre on Tues 19th October at 7pm, just answer this simple question:

Who directs Horrible Science?

and send your answer in an email to [email protected] making the subject heading  Horrible Comp by the closing date on Thurs, 14th October at 12pm. Winners will emailed on Friday morning. 

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 Tues, 19th October at 7.00pm, before entering, 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 auditorium and we are not provided with these details in advance. Please also note that the show is suitable for children aged 6 and above and that one of your party must be a child to qualify for a family ticket.

Thanks and Good Luck!


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