A howling good time at the theatre on New Year’s Eve is our prize today - a family ticket to see The Boy Who Cried Wolf, writes Graham Walker.
The Star has teamed up with Sheffield Theatres to give away a family ticket for four people, maximum two adults.
Seats are for the performance at the Crucible’s Studio Theatre, on New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, December 31, at 11am.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf, perfect for families and children aged three-plus, lasts around 55 minutes without an interval and is on until Saturday, January 4.
Inspired by the famous Aesop fable, about the danger of giving false alarms, this is the well-loved tale of a young boy with a vivid imagination and a thirst for adventure.
Told against the backdrop of a winter wonderland, with bare trees, snow flurries and mysterious footprints, it is an ideal holiday treat.
Written by Mike Kenny, one of England’s most prolific playwrights, specialising in young people’s theatre, the production is brought to life by tutti frutti and York Theatre Royal, the same team behind last year’s hugely popular of Rapunzel.
Guarantee your tickets - priced £10 for adults and £6 for children. A family ticket is £25. Buy in person, call the Box Office on 0114 249 6000 or visit www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk - booking fees may apply.
Also check out the web site for more great festive treats from Sheffield Theatres - including Oliver! at The Crucible, until January 25; Jack and the Beanstalk, at The Lyceum, until January 5.
The world-renowned Moscow City Ballet return to the Lyceum stage with The Nutcracker. from Tuesday to Saturday, January 7 to 11, 2014.
For more Sheffield region events visit The Star’s entertainments and listings site at www.wow247.co.uk.
For a chance to win our family ticket, enter our free draw by post or Twitter.
Post your details to The Boy Who Cried Wolf Competition, StarCompTBWCW, Graham Walker, The Star, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S11PU.
Or follow digital editor Graham Walker oon Twitter @GW1962 and tweet him with #StarCompTBWCW.
Deadline is Friday, December 27, 2013, 10am. Usual SNL rules, terms and conditions. See below.
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