Win tickets to see Acorn Antiques in York and an overnight stay in Middlethorpe Hall @ Yorkshire Life

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Yorkshire Life is offering one reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to Victoria Wood’s hilarious Acorn Antiques the Musical at the Joseph Rowntree Theatre in York, plus an overnight stay for two at the National Trust’s stunning Middlethorpe Hall & Spa.

Enjoy an evening of hilarity with tickets to the all-singing, all-dancing Acorn Antiques the Musical on October 22nd at 7.30pm, featuring one of Victoria Wood’s best-loved characters Mrs Overall, made famous by Julie Walters. Complete your evening with a luxurious overnight stay for two in the National Trust’s beautiful 18th century Middlethorpe Hall & Spa in York, with early morning tea delivered to your room, a hearty Yorkshire breakfast and full use of the relaxing spa facilities.



For your chance to win, please answer the following question correctly:

Which comedy actress famously played the role of Miss Babs in Acorn Antiques?

A. Jennifer Saunders

B. Celia Imrie **My answer**

C. Joanna Lumley

Submit your answer below or send your answer and full contact details including your email address and mobile number on a post card to Yorkshire Life, Theatre Break Competition, The Whitehouse, Greenalls Avenue, Warrington WA4 6HL.

Closing date October 13th 2016.

Acorn Antiques the Musical runs from October 18th-22nd at The Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York; josephrowntreetheatre.co.uk

T&Cs: All aspects of the prize can be used on the selected date only. Tickets for the production cannot be exchanged or refunded. Transport to and from the theatre is not included.



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