School holiday blues? Are your kids bored and under your feet? Then fear not, because children’s favourite Stig of the Dump is being performed – and The Standard have a family ticket to give away to one lucky reader.
Is ‘Stig’ real or is he the product of Barney’s boyhood imagination?
Lou sees Stig, and so do lots of other people, but does this mean they really do go back in time to the building of the stone circles?
This wonderful musical production of Clive King’s famous story, with lots of opportunity for the audience to take part, is said to be a truly magical experience.
During the fun 30 minute rehearsal workshop some children are rehearsed into small parts in the play while the whole audience is taught the choruses of four songs.
Stig of the Dump will be at Lincoln’s Theatre Royal on Wednesday 13th April at 12.30pm and 3.30pm.
Tickets are between £9-£10 for adults, between £7-£8 for children and a family ticket is £28. To book yours, you can call 01522 519999 or you can book online by visiting www.lincolntheatreroyal.com.
To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket to see Stig of the Dump, just answer this simple question: Q) Stig shares his name with a speedy driver in white from what hit BBC programme? Is it a) Eastenders, b) Top Gear or c) Question Time?
Send your answer along with your name and daytime telephone number to: Stig of the Dump competition, 5-7 Market Place, Gainsborough, DN21 2BP or email email@example.com.
BUT HURRY, entries should arrive by Tuesday 12th April. Normal competition rules apply.