WIN: Chance to win a pair of tickets to see the You Were Made for Me show

PUBLISHED: 13:25 09 July 2009 | UPDATED: 09:10 02 June 2010

Be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the show

Be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the show

WE have teamed up with theatre bosses at the Princess Theatre in Hunstanton and have a pair of tickets to give away to see the fantastic The You Were Made For Me show. The show relives the two great eras, the 50 s and 60 s with a host of great tribute act

WE have teamed up with theatre bosses at the Princess Theatre in Hunstanton and have a pair of tickets to give away to see the fantastic The You Were Made For Me show.

The show relives the two great eras, the 50's and 60's with a host of great tribute acts.

The show is on Saturday July 18 at 7.30pm.

Taking to the stage for the first half is The Temple Brothers, the UK's number one tribute to one of the 50's greatest duo's - The Everly Brothers

The second half of the show is performed by The Dreamers.

Over the last 40 years changes have occurred, but original members Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng still remain, taking the band from strength to strength and proving they are a great international 60's band in their own right.

Not only will you hear hits including You Were Made For Me, I Love You Baby and I Understand, watch out for a very wacky drum solo, lots of comedy and many more songs from the 50's and 60's.

Prepare for an explosion of music and song for the finale as they all come together and rock the house.

Tickets priced £9.50 - £15 and are available from Box Office on 01485 532252

or book online at www.princesstheatrehunstanton.co.uk

To be in with a chance of winning the pair of tickets all you have to do is answer this question.

What is the name of one of the acts performing in this show?

Send your answers to Princess Theatre Competition, The Cambs Times/ Wisbech Standard, 51 High Street, March, PE15 9JJ.

Or email nicki.walker@archant.co.uk

Closing date will be Wednesday July 15

Normal Archant rules apply.

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