WIN A Family Ticket to see Whatever the Weather @ The Hullabaloo

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Closing Date: 29 May 2018

We have teamed up with The Hullabaloo to offer  the chance to win a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adults, 3 children) to see Whatever the Weather (age 3+) at The Hullabaloo in Darlington on a date of your choosing, either Friday 1st June or Saturday 2nd June.

Presented by M6 Theatre Company in association with Polka Theatre

The imaginary world of an Alpine Weather House is brought to life in this inventive, comical and highly visual show for the very young.
A weather house sitting on a quiet wall. The little lady comes out when it’s going to be sunny. The little man comes out when it’s going to rain. Day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year. Never together. Always alone.
But what would happen if one magical day…they came alive?
Children and grown-ups alike will be captivated by the whimsical characters as they discover that the beautiful and endlessly surprising world they inhabit, is better shared.
Winner of Best Production for Children and Young People (0-7) at the OFFIES 2016.

For your chance to win a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adults, 3 children) to see Whatever the Weather (age 3+) at The Hullabaloo in Darlington on a date of your choosing, either Friday 1st June or Saturday 2nd June, simply answer the following question below: 

What year did Whatever the Weather win the Best Production for Children and Young People?

Winners will be contacted via email, good luck!

 


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