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WIN ONE OF FIVE FAMILY TICKETS TO SEE MOTHER GOOSE!

PUBLISHED: 14:06 01 December 2008 | UPDATED: 15:39 07 September 2010

at HACKNEY EMPIRE 291 Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 1EJ Nov 29 – Jan 10 10 Golden Years of Cracking Hackney Panto! Once upon a time there was a kindly storyteller called Mother Goose. She lived in Hackneytopia with her son Billy and all the other fa

at HACKNEY EMPIRE

291 Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 1EJ

Nov 29 - Jan 10

10 Golden Years of Cracking Hackney Panto!

Once upon a time there was a kindly storyteller called Mother Goose. She lived in Hackneytopia with her son Billy and all the other fairytale folk. One fateful day two magical sisters decide to find out who is the most powerful witch. Mother Goose is given the gift of Princess Priscilla, a magic golden-egg-laying goose and so the adventure begins....

Packed with spectacle, mayhem, comedy and brilliant music, Hackney Empire's tenth anniversary production is London's must-see pantomime this Christmas. Clive Rowe is back and is joined this year by Sharon D Clarke from Holby City and Last Choir Standing and a host of top performers.

Tickets are priced from £9 to £21.50. To book call 020 8985 2424. For more details, please visit www.hackneyempire.co.uk

To win a family ticket for the pantomime to see this Christmas, answer the following question:

Q) Princess Priscilla is what type of animal?

A) Reptile

B) Mammal

C) Bird

Terms & Conditions: Maximum of 4 people per family ticket. Competition tickets are valid for performances on Thursday 18th December at 7pm, Friday 19th December at 1.30pm & Monday - Thursday performances in January until 8 Jan. Dates are subject to availability.

Competition closing date - Wednesday 10th December 2008

Click here for the online entry form


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