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Win tickets to Sleeping Beauty

PUBLISHED: 14:41 02 December 2009 | UPDATED: 17:19 16 August 2010

The Bromley Times and Robinsons are offering readers the chance to win tickets for The Churchill s Sleeping Beauty pantomime this Christmas. One winner will get a VIP family ticket which includes meeting the cast of the production while three runners up

The Bromley Times and Robinsons are offering readers the chance to win tickets for The Churchill's Sleeping Beauty pantomime this Christmas.

One winner will get a VIP family ticket which includes meeting the cast of the production while three runners up will win standard family tickets.

Robinsons and First Family Entertainment teamed up this summer to search for children in and around Bromley to star in Sleeping Beauty and the 20 successful youngsters are already in rehearsals busily getting ready for their starring roles.

To enter the competition simply send a postcard with the answer to the following question to Sleeping Beauty Competition, Newsdesk, Bromley Times, Roxby House, Station Road, Sidcup, DA15 7EJ by December 11, 2009.

What did Sleeping Beauty prick her finger on?

A) A thimble B) A cactus C) A spindle

For those who missed the chance to be part of the Sleeping Beauty cast, Robinsons has created www.putonapanto.com, a one stop shop for families wanting to find out everything they need to know about pantomime. With scripts, ideas on making props, costumes, and even making pantomime posters.

Terms and conditions

A Family Ticket consists of 4 tickets. The VIP ticket is for the evening performance on the December 27. Standard tickets for the matinee performance on December 27. Normal Kentish Times terms and conditions apply. The editor's decision is final.


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