WIN: Tickets to see West End show Annie in Bristol
PUBLISHED: 17:00 07 March 2019 | UPDATED: 17:10 07 March 2019
A West End show will come to the South West this month, and Times readers will win tickets to the action.
Annie will be performed at the Hippodrome from March 19-23 at 7.30pm, with additional 2.30pm performances on March 20, 21 and 23.
Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave Annie is forced to live a life of misery and torment at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage.
Determined to find her real parents, her luck changes when she is chosen to spend Christmas at the residence of famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks.
Spiteful Miss Hannigan has other ideas and hatches a plan to spoil Annie’s search.
With its award-winning book and score, the production includes the unforgettable songs It’s The Hard Knock Life, Easy Street, I Don’t Need Anything But You and Tomorrow.
As Angie Watts in EastEnders, Anita Dobson created one of the most popular characters in television winning numerous awards. She will portray Miss Hannigan and her West End theatre credits include Wicked, Chicago and Nancy in Frozen, for which she was nominated for an Olivier award.
Alex Bourne reprises his performance as Oliver Warbucks after playing the role in the West End.
Annie has music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin and is directed by Nikolai Foster. The production ran for an extended season in the West End following a sell-out tour of the UK and Ireland in 2015 as well as a sell-out season in Toronto, in Canada, last year.
Tickets, priced from £19.50, are available at wwww.atgtickets.co.uk
The Times has teamed up with the Hippodrome to offer prize one lucky reader a pair of tickets for the show on March 19.
To enter, simply answer the question below before the competition deadline of 10am on March 14.
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