THE West End's favourite musical comedy Hairspray is coming back to Birmingham Hippodrome soon - and we've got some tickets to give away for it.
Hairspray tells the story of Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart, as she sets out to follow her extraordinary dreams, inspire her mum and win the boy she loves.
Stage and screen star Mark Benton (Waterloo Road, Early Doors) will play the larger-than-life Turnblad family matriarch Edna in the show.
Mark will be joined by EastEnders star Lucy Benjamin, who will play the role of scheming TV executive and archetypal 'showbiz mom' Velma Von Tussle, X Factor finalist Marcus Collins as Seaweed Stubbs and newcomer Freya Sutton as bighearted, big-haired teenage heroine Tracy Turnblad.
Hairspray is the musical with everything - the ultimate feel- good show which has played to sold-out houses in London, on Broadway and theatres around the globe. The show runs at Birmingham Hippodrome from May 21st to June 1st.
Tickets are priced Pounds 19.50-Pounds 45 and are available online at: www.birminghamhippodrome.
com or by phoning the box office on 0844 338 5000.
But before you do that, try to win one of three pairs of top- priced tickets we are giving away for the 7.30pm performance, on Wednesday, May 22nd, plus a mug, pen and keyring.
To enter, you must be aged ten or older. Tell us the name of the central character in the show. Write your answer on a postcard or back of a sealed envelope and send, with your email address, name, age, address and phone number to Chipper Hairspray Competition, Consumer Marketing, BPM Media, Floor 6, Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway, Birmingham B24 9FF. The winners will be the senders of the first three correct entries drawn after the closing date of Tuesday, May 7, 2013.
Only one winning entry allowed per household.
Include your phone number or your entry will be emoved from the prize draw. Chipper competitions are now open to all children. The usual Mail children's competition rules apply.
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