CHRISTMAS could come early for [...]; Chance to meet X Factor winner and see the new Narnia movie.
The South Shields singer will make a return trip to the North East next month for a very special gala screening of the festive season's biggest movie - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. We've teamed up with the Metrocentre to give 20 lucky readers a chance to see Joe and the film, before it's even released in the UK's cinemas.
We revealed a few weeks ago how Joe had been picked to sing the soundtrack to the new Narnia adventure after he was approached by movie giant 20th Century Fox.
The song, called There's A Place For Us, was penned by US songstress Carrie Underwood.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader has been one of the most anticipated 3D films of the year and it's set to open in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on December 9. The third instalment of the Narnia saga, based on the books of the same name by C S Lewis which have captivated children for decades.
Joe, a former Newcastle College and Harton Technology College student, will attend the Royal Film Performance and world premiere of the film in London's Leicester Square on November 30, ahead of its UK release.
And a few days later on Sunday, December 5, he will be at the Odeon Cinema at the Metrocentre to introduce a special advance gala screening of the film.
He'll talk to fans about his contribution to the movie, and he will also show the video for his new single, 'Someone Wake Me Up' which showcases footage from the film.
Karen Carr, marketing manager at the Metrocentre said: "We are delighted that Joe is attending the regional premiere of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader at the centre.
"Joe has illustrated that it is not just talent that makes you a star but also charm, charisma and personality.
"He is a great ambassador for the North East and young people.
"We look forward to welcoming him back to the centre - this is not his first and hopefully not his last visit."
Only competition-winning guests will be able to see Joe at the Odeon in Metrocentre Qube.
Tickets can be won by entering our competition in the Evening Chronicle and contests running on the Centre's website www.metrocentre.uk.com. WIN 1 OF 5 FAMILY TICKETS TO SEE JOE MCELDERRY AT GALA SCREENING OF THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: To celebrate the launch of the new Chronicles of Narnia film your Chronicle has teamed up with the Metrocentre and Fox Films to give you the chance to win one of five family tickets to a special money can't buy event.
Joe McElderry is returning home to the North East on Sunday December 5, and will introduce a special advance gala screening of the new feature film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (rated PG), at Metrocentre's Odeon Cinema.
Joe has recorded the title track for the film and will be speaking about his experience and showing the video for his new single, 'Someone Wake Me Up' which showcases footage from the movie before Metrocentre's screening.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is the latest installment of the Narnia saga. Filmed in digital 3D, it is set to be the biggest blockbuster of 2010.
Fox Films and The Chronicles of Narnia are also sponsoring Santa's Grotto in the Metrocentre Qube. Every child who goes to see Santa in his free grotto will receive a free Narnia gift. Santa will be in his grotto from 10am to 8pm weekdays, 9am to 7pm on Saturdays and 11am to 5pm on Sundays.
FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN, Text ECW I N 3 followed by a space, then your correct answer, name, house number and postcode to 84080 or call the competition line on 09012 292 329 (please take care when dialing).
QUESTION: What is the name of the Lion in the Chronicles of Narnia? Calls cost 25p from a BT landline, other networks may vary. Text entry costs 25p plus your standard network charge. Lines close midnight tonight. The first five correct entries drawn at random will receive the prize as offered. The family ticket will consist of two adults and two children or one adult and three children (children must be aged 14 or under). The film carries a PG certification. Usual Trinity Mirror promotion rules apply, available at www.chronicle-live.co.uk/legal.
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 19, 2010|
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