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Fundraise on the First: Win tickets to Nights on Broadway

PUBLISHED: 11:51 01 September 2015 | UPDATED: 11:51 01 September 2015

Rehearsals at the Brookside Theatre in Romford for Nights on Broadway, a charity show in aid of the Recorder's Fundraise on the First campaign with children's charity First Step

Rehearsals at the Brookside Theatre in Romford for Nights on Broadway, a charity show in aid of the Recorder's Fundraise on the First campaign with children's charity First Step

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Nights on Broadway will bring the sounds of the West End to Romford this week and we’re giving you the chance to win two tickets.

The show, which features songs from stage hits such as Les Miserables, Cats and Spamalot, has been produced by Brookside Theatre, Eastern Avenue, to support the Recorder’s Fundraise on the First campaign with children’s charity First Step.

To be in with a chance of winning two tickets to attend on the night of your choice, email maxine.leckerman@archant.co.uk with the answer to the following question along with your name, address and phone number by 9am on Wednesday.

What Monty Python film was the hit West End show Spamalot adapted from?

The winner will be contacted on Wednesday.

Nights on Broadway will run for five performances, between September 2-5. Tickets £15-£12. To book, call 01708 755775 or visit brooksidetheatre.com.

Any personal data submitted by the entrant will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation. Full Archant terms and conditions apply (available on request).

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