[Edit:Second & Final winner now also announced here below!]
School holidays are upon us – either you’ve just kicked it off, or like us, you soon will. And with that your home will be abuzz with kids looking for ways to keep busy. Now, if your kids are anything like ours then they’re usually pretty good at that, but guys, even we are not immune to cabin fever or to the bored kid syndrome – and even more so over the cold & rainy season. So having easy activities to keep them engaged and doesn’t put too much demand on us as parents are what we’re looking for here, and Canal Walk delivers nicely with their theatre shows. Like their current Adventure Under the Sea show which is based on The Little Mermaid.
But if you entered our competition, you’d know this already, right? So lets get to it! There are going to be TWO winners in this giveaway, so stick around for the next one. But right now, our first winner of those tickets for a family of four is…
Second winner is:
Saskia de Vogel
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Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP to claim your prize. (if I don’t hear from you in 24 hours I’ll have to unfortunately pick a new winner, so please get hold of me as quickly as you can!)
I’ll need your details, so that the authorities can do the necessary arrangements to make sure you get those tickets for date and timeslot you’d like.
NB!Winners are selected using Random.org.
strong>Keep eyes peeled for announcement of second winner sooooon!
TIP for show:
Now, guys, in all honesty and in my personal opinion, having seen the show last night, I must say it was not as comedic as their previous shows usually are(and thats what normally makes it entertaining for the adults, right?), but the girls still declared that they had a fun night out – which is ALL that matters, right?!
So, if you’re looking for a sneak peek on how the show is set up, have a look-see here below. Also, just a small tip: try getting a seat on the left side of the stage (if youre facing the stage), and sit about 5 to 6 rows from the front for a nice close-up of the action that may just happen there! 😉