WIN a family ticket to see Jack & The Beanstalk @ Sunderland Empire

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Closing Date: 30 November 2017

We’ve teamed up with Sunderland Empire to bring you the amazing chance to be able to win a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) to see Jack & The Beanstalk on Friday 15th December!

FE, FI, FO, FUM, the countdown to panto fun has begun! So get ready to GO!GO!GO! with Nick Jr’s Jade Natalie as ‘Princess Jill’, alongside the devilishly delightful, Phillip Meeks as Dame Trott, and Legally Blonde the Musical’s, David Barrett ‘Emmett’, taking a break from Harvard Law School to join us as our fairy-tale hero Jack.

Producers, UK Productions are on a mission to return with another madcap adventure this festive season! Jack and the Beanstalk promises a host of crazy characters with stunning costumes and sets, hilarious song and dance routines, amazing 3D special effects plus more jokes than a bag full of magic beans! So let’s hope our hero Jack lives happily ever after with the beautiful princess or will a beastly giant stop him in his tracks?

For the chance of being able to win a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) to see Jack & The Beanstalk on Friday 15th December at 7pm at the Sunderland Empire, simply complete the form below and answering the following question.

Q: In the fairy tale, what does Jack climb to reach the giant’s castle?


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