Win a family ticket to Aliens Love Underpants

Harrison Spiers in ALIENS LOVE UNDERPANTS

Aliens love all kinds of underpants – but there are no pants in space! Parents of small children will be familiar with Aliens in Underpants … and this wonderfully zany tale with its unlikely pairing of space-beings and underwear will be appearing at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre from Wednesday 22nd to Friday 24th July

For a treat that’s simply out of this world, What’s What! has teamed up with the Grand Theatre to offer three lucky readers a family ticket to see this lively, colourful and hilarious take on the final frontier. The much-loved book, written by Clare Freedman and illustrated by Ben Cort, is brought to life for the very first time, with stunning effects, madcap action, original music… and, of course, lots of aliens!

You’ll laugh your pants off!

“An excellent show for the entire family!” Primary Times

“A close encounter of the most entertaining kind!” METRO

Join the Aliens at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre from 22-24 July. Call the Box Office on 01902 429212 for more information.

For your chance to win a family ticket just answer the following question correctly:

Q: Who is the author of the book ‘Aliens Love Underpants’?

Please email your answer with your Name, Address, Email Address and Telephone Number to the following: Competition Email

 

Terms & Conditions: Only one entry per household. Entrants must be over 18. Performance is Wednesday 22 July at 2pm. Tickets cannot be exchanged for cash or for alternative dates/times. All entries must be received by Monday 29 June 2015.

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