Win a family ticket to The Wizard of Oz @ Civic Hall Stanley

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Closing Date: 27 October 2016

Win a family ticket to the Wizard of Oz pantomime at Stanley Civic Hall.

This November, follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Alun Armstrong Theatre, Stanley Civic Hall for an amazing pantomime version of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ presented by ‘Astravaganza Entertainment’.

Join Kansas farm-girl Dorothy and her pet dog Toto on this magical adventure suitable for all ages. Watch in amazement as they are picked up by a tornado and carried off to the magical Land of Oz. With help from their new friends the Munchkins, they to travel to the Emerald City where the great Wizard of Oz lives.

On their way they meet a Scarecrow who needs a brain, a Tin Man who wants a heart, and a Cowardly Lion who desperately needs courage. Will the wonderful Wizard of Oz be able to help them before the Wicked Witch of the West captures them in her dungeon!?

The show runs from Tuesday 8 November – Saturday 12 November. Tickets are available from the Astravaganza Entertainment website.

For a chance to win a family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) to the show at 4pm on Saturday 12 November, please complete the form below and answer the following question:

Q. What colour is the brick road that Dorothy follows to the Emerald City? 


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