Win tickets to Cheltenham Open-Air Theatre Festival 2017 @ soglos

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Found 18th Jun
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Win tickets to Cheltenham Open-Air Theatre Festival 2017.

Theatre lovers and film buffs alike are in for a treat with SoGlos’s latest competition, offering the chance to win family tickets to two of the exciting events at Cheltenham Open-Air Theatre Festival 2017.

With a host of outdoor cinema screenings, gripping drama and family plays scheduled at Bacon Theatre’s Tuckwell Amphitheatre this summer, the festival tickets will allow a family of four to take their pick of two of the 12 must-see events, taking place from Wednesday 19 July to Friday 4 August 2017.

Festival highlights include a fresh new version of Twelfth Night from Folksy Theatre incorporating live music; an uplifting adaptation of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey by Heartbreak Productions; family fun with Blunderbus Theatre Company's Dogs Don’t Do Ballet play; and an iconic screening of classic movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

With events for all ages, the Cheltenham Open-Air Theatre remains a firm favourite on Gloucestershire’s summer events calendar and now one lucky SoGlos reader and their family can enjoy the festival by simply answering the question below and keeping their fingers crossed!

To see the full list of events see Cheltenham Open-Air Theatre Festival, and for more information call (01242) 258002, or visit bacontheatre.ticketsolve.com directly.

Competition prize:A family ticket for two events at Cheltenham Open-Air Theatre Festival 2017 Competition question:

How many events are there at this year’s Open-Air Festival?Competition closing date:

My Answer:-- 12

Thursday 13 July 2017
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