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Win tickets to Queen’s Theatre’s pantomime Aladdin

PUBLISHED: 10:00 22 November 2015 | UPDATED: 15:15 30 November 2015

The cast of Queen's Theatre's pantomime Aladdin - Fred Broom, Thomas Sutcliffe, Naomi Bullock, Rachel Nottingham and Sam Pay. Picture: Mark Sepple

The cast of Queen's Theatre's pantomime Aladdin - Fred Broom, Thomas Sutcliffe, Naomi Bullock, Rachel Nottingham and Sam Pay. Picture: Mark Sepple

Mark Sepple

With Christmas creeping ever closer, we know we are set for a few months of riotous theatre fun – thanks to the return of the ever-popular pantomime.

This year, Queen’s Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, is taking on the beloved tale Aladdin and is offering three families the chance to win tickets.

The show, running from Saturday until January 9, is written by Nicholas Pegg and features an original score by Carol Sloman.

Audiences will be able to laugh along with dame Widow Twankey and boo the evil Abanazar, all while cheering Aladdin on in his quest to win princess Jasmine’s heart.

The cast will be supported by a young company of 24 schoolchildren.

If you are not a winner this time, you can still see the show by calling 01708 443333 or visiting queens-theatre.co.uk.

Ticket prices begin at £12.50 and go up to £27, with discounts for groups.

The theatre is giving away three family tickets to Recorder readers for the 7pm performance on December 14.

Family tickets are either for two adults and two children, or one adult and three children.

For your chance to win one of three family tickets, answer the following question and send your answer to Aladdin competition, Editorial, Media House, 539 High Road, Ilford, IG1 1UD by December 7.

Entrants must also give their name, address, phone number and email address.

Question: What is the name of the villain in Disney’s Aladdin?

A) Abu

B) Jafar

C) Razoul


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