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Tickets up for grabs to see Westfield Folkhouse panto

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Westfield Folkhouse’s pantomime has long been a great way for people to start the new year and this year’s production at Mansfield Palace Theatre will be Beauty And The Beast, running from January 7-14.

We have two sets of family tickets (for four) to give away in a fantastic competition.

This will be the Westfield Folkhouse Pantomime Group’s 77th annual pantomime, the longest running pantomime in the Mansfield area, and although amateur members of the group pride themselves in producing a family show suitable for all ages and using all professional scenery and costumes. In addition to this, all the cast members are local to the area.

This year, the members of the Westfield Folkhouse Pantomime Group will be presenting the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast. Set in a small kingdom far beyond the mountains, the story tells of a handsome prince who becomes greedy and vain. He refuses the chance to change.

But change is forced upon him as a fairy turns him into a beast. However, a chance meeting with Beauty’s father results in huge changes for all concerned.

There are twists and turns along the way, but in true pantomime style, everyone lives happily ever after.

This traditional pantomime, with its song, dance, comedy, audience participation has something for family members of all ages. Tickets cost just £5.75 and are available from the Palace Theatre box office on 01623 633133, or online at www.mansfield.gov.uk/palacetheatre/

To enter our competition and be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question correctly: How many panto productions will Westfield Folkhouse have put on when Beauty and the Beast gets under way next month?

Email your answer, along with your name, address and daytime telephone number to: steve.eyley@jpress.co.uk

Entries need to reach us by noon on December 19 at the very latest. Please note that the tickets up for the grabs in this competition are for the performance on Monday, January 9, at 7.15pm only.

Normal Johnston Press terms and condtions for competitions apply. The editor’s decision is final.