Sunday, 11 July 2010

Giveaway: tickets for the GO!GO!GO! Show

The school holidays are upon us and our little monsters darlings will be looking forward to all sorts of fun things to do during the summer break.  That's 6 or 7 weeks of keeping the little sweeties entertained. 

I may be able to help.

The GO!GO!GO! Show is playing at London's West End from the 20th to the 31st of July. Tickets don't actually go on sale until 15th July but I have been offered a family ticket to giveaway to one of my lovely readers! 

The box office have kindly offered to accommodate either 2 parents and 2 children, or one parent and 3 children. Show Times are Tuesday - Friday 2.30pm and Saturday & Sunday: 11am & 2.30pm.

This is some of the information I've been sent:

"The team behind the project has an undisputed track record of success. Music is by Mike Stock & Steve Crosby (Stock/Aitken/Waterman, Steps, Kylie, Jason Donovan, Rick Astley, Bananarama). The story is by Dean Wilkinson (Ant & Dec, SM:TV, CBBC, Disney). Choreography is by Paul Domaine (BBC’s So You Think You Can Dance, Royal Variety, Eurovision; Steps, Dannii Minogue, Sugababes). And the director is Carole Todd (Dreamboats & Petticoats, Elvis The Musical, Buddy, Dancing In The Streets).

With brand new pop songs, five young performers and a sock-stealing Fluffalope, the show is packed full of music, dancing, jokes, magic and a story that all the family can enjoy this summer. The adventure is an energetic song and dance fuelled extravaganza with stacks of laughs and audience interaction… It is suitable for kids of all ages."

Even though the marketing says this is aimed at children of all ages I thought it would appeal more to smaller children, but after looking at the website with my two girls The Teenager started begging me to take her to see it!  You can find out more about the show by taking a look at the very colourful Go!Go!Go! website which has songs, games and some fun ideas.  But be warned: the songs are so catchy you will be singing them for hours.  I know, because it happened to me.
If you'd like the family ticket for the show, please leave a comment below and I'll draw a name out of the hat on Friday 16th. Good luck!

Image supplied.  Tickets kindly donated by Mummymarketing.