Win a family ticket worth £42 for family Christmas show ‘Snow White and Rose Red’ at the Cambridge Junction!
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Snow White and Rose Red runs until December 31 at the Cambridge Junction - and we’ve got a family ticket (maximum two adults) worth £42 to give away!
This December acclaimed theatre company RashDash present a musical quest for justice, love, and friendship based on the original fairy tale by The Brothers Grimm.
Snow White likes to tell stories and paint, Rose Red likes to race with the deer and the wolves. When a friendly bear knocks on their door, the mischievous sisters have no idea that it’s the beginning of a magnificent adventure.
Journeying deeper into the woods than ever before, they battle blizzards, climb mountains and encounter a very small man with a very long, but very magic beard…
The prize is valid for any performance after Wednesday December 16.
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To be in with a chance of winning, email email@example.com with your name, telephone number, email address and SNOW WHITE in the subject heading as well as naming one of Snow White’s seven dwarfs in the email. Closing date Sunday December 13 with a winner picked on Monday morning.
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Audience members will be free to come and go as they please throughout the show and make a noise if they want to, even when the baddie isn’t saying: “Oh yes I will!”
Before the show, people can meet the characters, explore the set and handle the props.