Win milkshake! live tickets for Potters Bar show

PUBLISHED: 21:49 23 May 2013 | UPDATED: 21:05 24 May 2013

Milkshake! Live

Milkshake! Live

Archant

CHILDREN’S TV favourites Little Princess and Scruff, Noddy and Tessie Bear, Roary and Big Chris, Fifi and Bumbles and B1 and B2 – the Bananas in Pyjamas – are all coming to Potters Bar.

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They will be appearing in milkshake! Come Out to Play! which arrives at the Wyllyotts Theatre, in Potters Bar, on Saturday, June 8.

The Welwyn Hatfield Timnes has teamed up with Channel 5 and Premier Stage Productions to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a family ticket – for two adults and two children – for the 1pm performance to see this fantastic all singing, all dancing stage production. The winner will then get the chance to meet their favourite characters after the show.

Starring a host of milkshake! favourites, this musical spectacular is sure to have children tapping their toes, clapping their hands and singing at the top of their voices.

Joining this fantastic line-up will be milkshake! presenters Derek Moran and Olivia Birchenough, who will take youngsters on a magical milkshake! adventure.

To stand a chance of winning this prize, simply answer the following question:

Who is the owner of Silver Hatch race track?

A) Mr Carburettor

B) Justin Bieber

C) Noddy Holder

To enter, text WHT MILK followed by your answer (A, B or C), name, age, full postal address and email to 80058 – eg WHT MILK A John Smith, 25, The Campus, WGC, AL8 6AP, johnsmith@wht.co.uk

Texts cost 25p, plus your standard network rate. The closing date is noon on Wednesday, May 29, 2013.

Prize is not exchangeable for cash. The winner will be the first correct entry selected at random after the closing date.

Usual Archant promotion rules apply – visit www.whtimes.24.co.uk

Customer services, 0844 3572403.


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