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Win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz

This is your chance to win one of two family tickets to see Immersion Theatre‘s open air adaptation of The Wizard of Oz on UK tour. 

To enter simply retweet the tweet below, by 5pm on 26th June 2016 and tell us what you’d ask the Wizard.

The Wizard of Oz
UK tour
1st July – 25th August 2016

You are invited to click your heels and ease on down the yellow brick road as Immersion Theatre proudly presents a brand new, open air adaptation of The Wizard of Oz, a magical  family show guaranteed to have you in stitches from beginning to end!

Join Dorothy on her quest to the Emerald City as she and her loyal friends: the brainless but cheeky scarecrow, the cowardly lion and the heartless (literally!) tin man, navigate through a magical land in search of the mighty and mysterious, Wizard of Oz. With the Wicked Witch of the West determined to stop them by any means necessary, however, will the spirit of friendship triumph over evil?

With lashings of audience participation, dazzling costumes, an original script and plenty of laughter, this faithful re-telling promises to have you shouting, clapping and singing along to a host of brand new songs as Immersion Theatre presents a fantastic summer treat for all the family!

Book with individual venues. See tour listings here: http://www.immersiontheatre.co.uk/outdoor-the-wizard-of-oz/

Terms and Conditions

Two winners will be selected at random from all entries. Competition closes at 5pm on 26th June 2016. Winners receive a family ticket to see The Wizard of Oz at one of a selection of tour venues. Tickets to be collected at the box office with no cash alternative. Tickets are subject to availability and are non-transferable and exchangeable. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the prizewinner. Editor’s decision is final.

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