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7y, 1w agoFound 7 years, 1 week ago / ended 11 Dec 0911 December 2009
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You may enter for only one holiday, so select either Cultural break (British Museum), Concert break (Bon Jovi) or Theatre break (Love Never Dies).
Simply answer the question relating to the event that interests you most.

Cultural break: Win 2 tickets to see the Moctezuma Exhibition, now on show at the British Museum.

Win two tickets to see the exhibition, plus overnight accommodation for two sharing a room at the four-star Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel. The prize is valid until January 24, subject to availability at the time of booking. Breakfast is included.

Q - The arrival of which Spanish conquistador in 1519 led to the fall of Moctezuma's empire?
A - Hernan Cortes (I think - any corrections welcomed)

Concert break: See Bon Jovi on their opening night in London when the group's 2010 world tour comes to the 02 arena on June 7.

Win two tickets to the concert, plus overnight accommodation for two sharing a room at the four-star Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch. The prize includes breakfast and is valid on the above date only.

Q - What is the name of Bon Jovi's new album?
A - The Circle

Theatre break: See Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical 'Love Never Dies' when it opens at London's Adelphi Theatre in March 2010.

Win two tickets to see the show on March 19 2010, 10 days after it opens, plus overnight accommodation for two sharing a room at the four-star Cavendish Hotel on Jermyn Street. Breakfast is included; the prize is valid on the above date only.

Q - Who sang the title role in The Phantom of the Opera when it opened in London in 1986?
A - Michael Crawford

How to enter: Send your answer to [email protected], ensuring that you specify "cultural break", "concert break" or "theatre break"
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7y, 1w agoFound 7 years, 1 week ago / ended 11 Dec 0911 December 2009
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