WIN!: tickets to Aladdin panto at Upwell Hall later this month

PUBLISHED: 17:01 07 January 2009 | UPDATED: 08:50 02 June 2010

The cast of Aladdin.

The cast of Aladdin.

YOU may think that the panto season is over – well oh no it isn t. For the first time in a number of decades a pantomime is to be performed in Upwell. Aladdin will run at the Upwell Hall for three days on January 29, 30 and 31. There will be two evening p

YOU may think that the panto season is over - well oh no it isn't.

For the first time in a number of decades a pantomime is to be performed in Upwell.

Aladdin will run at the Upwell Hall for three days on January 29, 30 and 31.

There will be two evening performances and an afternoon matinee on Saturday 30.

The panto will be directed by Barbara Mews, who has been responsible for dozens of local productions for more than 25 years.

The show will feature a wealth of local talent working from a newly-written script.

It will also feature a number of songs which have been popular over the last three decades.

Among the songs performed will be, It must Be Love, Our House, Night Boat to Cairo and Love Struck.

We have teamed up with the organisers to offer you the chance to win a family ticket worth £14 which admits two adults and two children to a performance of the winner's choice.

To be in with a chance to win all you have to do is find the link between the popular songs which are to be performed at the panto.

Send your answers to Upwell Panto Competition.

The Cambs Times/ Wisbech Standard, 51 High Street, March, PE15 9JJ.

Answers must reach us by January 20.

Normal Archant rules apply.

Tickets are priced £5 adults and £4 seniors, £3 children and a family ticket £14. They are available at the Upwell Post Office.


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