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Win tickets to sing along to Beauty and the Beast.

WIN one of two pairs of tickets (worth PS30) to the smash hit Sing-A-Longa-A Beauty And The Beast at Solihull's Core Theatre. This follows the phenomenal success of Sing-A-Long-A Grease, Rocky Horror Show, Frozen and the classic Sound Of Music.

Not just a film screening but the evening has live stage participation with a host who entertains preshow and during the interval but the audience are the stars as they dress up (optional but huge fun), and use their free 'prop' bags for magic moments during the film.

The lyrics are shown on screen enabling the whole audience to let themselves go, sing out and become part of the show.

There are competitions for fancy dress, with the usual Sing-A-Long-A hilarity at the silliness and ingenuity that some fans will go to, to become their favourite character and maybe bag a prize.

There are two prizes to give away in our competition, each offering two tickets to the show at Solihull's Core Theatre on Friday, February 23, at 7pm. The show is suitable for all ages - running time is 170 minutes. Fancy dress is optional but hugely adds to the experience - see www.singalong.net for further details on Sing-ALong-A shows and dress-up ideas. To enter, email the answer to the following question to: thecoretheatre@solihull.gov.uk no later than 9pm on Tuesday, February 20, with name and contact details. Winners will be notified on Wednesday, February 21. www.thecoretheatresolihull.co.uk Q: What does the footstool turn into at the end of the movie? Standard Trinity Mirror rules apply. Go to birminghamlive.co.uk/rules

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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Feb 11, 2018
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