Win four tickets to opening night performance of 'Peter Pan Jr' by Hunter Drama at Civic Theatre on October 10

YOU'LL BE HOOKED: Lake Macquarie's Luke Barker is Captain Hook, and Imogen Bamback is Peter Pan in the Hunter Drama production opening today. Picture: Supplied
YOU'LL BE HOOKED: Lake Macquarie's Luke Barker is Captain Hook, and Imogen Bamback is Peter Pan in the Hunter Drama production opening today. Picture: Supplied

Update:

NAOMI Jones of Swansea has won the family pass to tonight's performance of Peter Pan Jnr at The Civic Theatre, Newcastle.

Thanks to everyone who entered.

The show opens today, and there are six performances over Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Earlier:

THE Lakes Mail is offering readers the chance to win a family ticket to the opening night performance of Hunter Drama's production of Peter Pan Jr at The Civic Theatre, Newcastle, on Thursday, October 10.

But you'll have to get in quickly, opening night is less than a week away.

For your chance to win, send an email to info@lakesmail.com.au with 'Peter Pan Giveaway' in the subject line.

Include your name, address, and daytime phone number in the body of the email, along with a sentence telling us why you'd like to win the family pass (4 tickets).

Entries close at 12.30pm on Thursday, October 10, and the winner will be notified by phone at 1pm that day. The winner can then collect their tickets from the Civic Theatre box office in time for the 7pm performance.

Peter Pan is a Tony Award-winning musical which has been delighting audiences around the world for more than 60 years.

The Hunter Drama production features some of the Hunter's brightest young musical theatre performers, and will be brought to life on the Civic Theatre stage for six performances from October 10 to 12.

If you're not our lucky winner, or if you'd prefer to see one of the other five performances of Peter Pan, don't despair, Lakes Mail readers can purchase tickets at a special price.

Just phone Civic Ticketek on 4929 1977 and quote the code 'HOOK40'to buy your tickets for just $40 - that's almost 30 per cent off the regular price.

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