Win Theatre Tickets at The Lowry

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I am a long standing fan of The Lowry Theatre in Salford. I take the boys whenever I have the opportunity. We have seen quite a few different shows, and I’ve given away tickets for various shows via the blog too.

Today I have a double treat for you. I have 2 tickets to giveaway for Room on a Broom at The Lowry in Salford this March, and I also have 2 tickets for A Child’s Coppelia up for grabs too!

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Room on a Broom is a very popular book by Julia Donaldson, and now the story has been brought to life – and to the stage!

The Lowry say:

The witch and her cat are flying happily along on their broomstick when a stormy wind blows the witch’s hat, bow and wand away into the night. A helpful dog, bird and frog find the witch’s lost things and all hop on the broom for a ride. But this broomstick’s not meant for five and – CRACK! – it snaps in two! When a hungry dragon appears, who will save the poor witch? 

Climb aboard Tall Stories’ magical musical stage adaptation of Room on the Broom, providing songs, laughs and scary fun for all the family.

Now … I have a confession. I’ve never read the book. I know, I know, I’m a terrible person. We are, however, going to see this show so what better excuse than to go and buy the book first!

If you would like to win two tickets to see Room on the Broom at The Lowry on Saturday 11th April at 11am, just fill in this super easy Rafflecopter widget. Good luck!

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The second exciting giveaway I have is for two tickets to see First Steps: A Child’s Coppelia at The Lowry on Friday 6th March at 1pm. This show is specifically designed as an early introduction to ballet and a big part of the show is audience participation, so get your budding ballet dancers down to The Lowry and dance away the afternoon!

The Lowry say:

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s introduction to this delightful story which has been specially adapted for children aged 3-7 years.

This hour long, interactive programme features a storyteller who sets the scene, introduces the children to the music and characters and shares some of the technical magic surrounding the staging of this fun tale.

This is followed by a performance of Act II of the ballet featuring the full company of dancers and orchestra. With a feast of dance, music, costumes and lots of mischievous fun, this is a fantastic way of introducing young ones to ballet.

Download games, colouring sheets and a cartoon story guide to prepare for the ballet, all explained by Birmingham Royal Ballet’s mascots, George and Victoria (the Lion and the Unicorn).

If you’d like to take your little one to First Steps: A Child’s Coppelia next month just complete the Rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!

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34 Comments

  1. Steve Weaver

    The Voyage of the the Dawn Treader by C S Lewis. The sense of wonder and adventure was palpable, especially so for a child of my age, finding the Narnia series for the first time.

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  2. Mummy Fever

    Fantastic Mr Fox

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  3. Jen Dixon

    The naughtiest girl in the school by Enid Blyton was my favourite for many years!

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  4. Ms Lara Croft

    Woof!
    Allan Ahlberg

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  5. Colette B

    I loved Mog the Forgetful Cat – still love it now 🙂 x

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  6. Gillian

    The very hungry caterpillar, my boys always loved it too 🙂 xx

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  7. Elizabeth Hinds

    Wow so hard to choose just one! Loved all the Enid Blyton books though. X

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  8. Fiona

    Hard to pick one, but I loved all of the Little House on the Prairie books. the Little House in the Big woods was the first one I read, it was amazing as a child to read about all of the things that happened in it that were so different to my life.

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  9. Matthew Sinclair

    My favourite book as a child was Roalds Dahl’s James and the giant peach

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  10. Rich Tyler

    Meg & Mog! 🙂

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  11. Nicola Daffern

    The Hungry Caterpillar, still love reading it now to my youngest who’s now 4 🙂

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  12. Georgina

    The Kangeroo with a Hole in her pocket

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  13. Graham Ashworth

    The Famous Five

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  14. daisy mae

    The Hungry Caterpillar.

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  15. karen Howden

    the enid blyton famous five books

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  16. Sarah Davies

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  17. Eva Appleby

    Beatrix potter books

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  18. Denielle Nicol

    The owl who was afraid of the dark

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  19. katrina walsh

    The magic faraway tree

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  20. jessica catherine

    the twits

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  21. Rachael Pilkington

    I loved the Faraway Tree

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  22. caroline cordery

    please mrs butler

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  23. Andrew Hindley

    The Chronicles of Narnia series by CS Lewis

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  24. emma falvi

    The Hungry Caterpillar

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  25. Jo Pilkington

    Mrs Wobble the Waitress from the Happy Family series.

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  26. leanne weir

    Woof!
    Allan Ahlberg

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  27. Emma Howard

    I loved The BFG!

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  28. Liz H

    The worst witch. Harry Potter for my generation, even had them on audio tape!

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  29. DONNA CLINTON

    The Twits by Roald Dahl

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  30. Vera Bahounkova

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  31. anne carrie

    my family and other animals gerald durrell

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  32. Emma Whittaker

    The Jolly Postman, used to love all the little letters in the envelopes 🙂 cant wait to read it again with my Daughter Happy Memories 🙂

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  33. Pam Francis Gregory

    Any of the Famous Five or Secret Seven by Enid Blyton

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  34. Susan Hoggett

    th famous five

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