Win family theatre tickets
The new theatre production of David Walliams’ The First Hippo on the Moon is blasting off at G Live in Surrey and we’re giving you a chance to get your hot little hands on a family ticket for the show.
We have a set of tickets for a family of four to give away, valid from 17 to 19 January 2017.
Guildford’s G Live theatre is one of the first places on planet earth you can see The First Hippo on the Moon. It opened in Eastbourne in December, and after Guildford will it embarks on a UK tour that will also include the New Victoria Theatre in Woking from 18-20 May.
The space race story, featuring large puppets and songs, is being brought to life by Les Petits Theatre Company, who were behind the hugely popular Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs and the creative team includes some of the guys involved in creating the brilliant War Horse puppets. David Walliams himself has also had creative input.
The show is suitable for children aged three plus. Tickets are £15.50 each, but we’ll be giving one family of four the chance to get in for free.
So here’s what you do…
HOW TO ENTER
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The closing date is 12 January 2017.
First Hippo on the Moon is on at the G Live, London Road, Guildford, GU1 2AA. Tel: 01483 369350. glive.co.uk
A winner will be drawn at random to win a family ticket for four to see The First Hippo on the Moon at G Live in Guildford. The tickets are valid for any performance from 17-19 Jan 2017 subject to availability. Show times are at 2pm & 4.30pm on Tuesday 17 January; 11am & 2pm on Wednesday 18 January; and 2pm on Thursday 19 January.
The winners will be notified and announced on the Muddy Stilettos – Surrey website and given two days to accept the prize, if the winner does not come forward a new winner will be chosen at random. The prize package has no cash alternative and the competition is open to UK residents only.