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WIN: Tickets to Bear Behaving Badly

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LocalEditorBerksReading Thu 10-Mar-16 14:34:55

We're offering 2 lucky Mumsnetters the chance to win a set of family tickets for the latest hit show to star at The Hexagon this Easter Holidays!

Get ready for chaos and calamity as the hilarious CBBC show Bear Behaving Badly takes to the stage in its first ever nationwide live tour.

Come and laugh along with Nev, boogie with Beatrice and sing along with Blue Peter's Barney Harwood* as they are joined by Crazy Keith, Aunt Barbara and Mr. Prank in an adventure that's full of mischief, laughter and mayhem!!

This hugely interactive and vibrant production also educates children aged 4 – 12 about the benefits of healthy eating and leading an active lifestyle. Will Nev be able to resist Mr Prank's ice cream? Can Keith help Nev control his crazy cravings in the kitchen? And can Beatrice encourage Mr Prank and Aunt Barbara to bust a groove with keep fit moves? Book your tickets and join us to find out!

To be in with a chance to win, please send an email to with your name, address, contact number and let us know the answer to this simple question:

Which children's TV Channel does Bear Behaving Badly come from?

Terms & Conditions: Open to UK residents aged 18yrs and over. Two winners will be drawn by random selection. The closing date for entry to the prize draw is midnight 31st March 2016. The prize will be given in the form of a Family Ticket to a Hexagon showing of Bear Behaving Badly of your choice and cannot be exchanged for money value. Should The Hexagon and Mumsnet Berkshire & Reading, be unable to make contact with the winner for 2 days after first contact, we reserve the right to re-draw a new winner. All personal data collected for the prize draw is purely for competition purposes and will not be stored or sold in anyway.

LocalEditorBerksReading Fri 11-Mar-16 11:25:29

Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances, the Hexagon showing of Bear Behaving Badly has had to be cancelled. We apologies for any inconvenience caused and if you have tickets and need to speak to someone about this, please contact Reading Arts on 01189 606060

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