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Win tickets to see FatBusters: the Musical

This is your chance to win tickets to see FatBusters: the Musical at St Giles in the Fields. To enter simply retweet one of our FatBusters competition tweets before 5pm on 28th May 2017 AND name your pudding of choice.

Ain’t no other productions presents Joshua Coleys new British musical

FATBUSTERS: The Musical – St Giles in the Fields
29 May – 10 June 2017

Losing weight is just a stone’s throw away!

Have you ever looked at a cheese cake and put on half a stone? Do you ever wonder why diets can only ever start on Mondays? Have you ever been described as: bubbly, bonny, voluptuous or big boned? Helen has! One New Years Eve she decides enough is enough and proves that her heart is ‘one size fits all!’ Join Helen and her ‘Fatbuster’ pals on their quest to believe in themselves and achieve their dreams.

Director: Rebecca Westberry
Choreographer: Cameron Hall
Musical Director: Sonum Batra
Co Director/Writer: Joshua Coley

Terms and conditions
Prize package is a pair of tickets to FATBUSTERS: The Musical at St Giles in the Fields, London. Valid on performances between 1 June and 10 June, subject to availability. Closing date 28th May 2017, 5pm. Winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries, and will be notified via Twitter no more than 3 days after the closing date. The winners have 3 days to accept the prize via Twitter and provide contact details, otherwise a new winner will be chosen at random. Tickets to be collected from the box office with no cash alternative. Tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable and all additional expenses are the responsibility of the prize winner. Editor’s decision is final.

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