*COMPETITION* Win tickets to "When Yesterday We Met...Storytelling through song"

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MNBirminghamLocalEd Wed 27-Jan-16 21:03:08

When Yesterday We Met...Storytelling through Song
A NEW KIND OF MUSICAL SHOW FOR HUNTSMEN, CHILDREN, EX-GIRLFRIENDS AND RABBITS
Saturday 5 March, 2pm

Three fearless musicians take you through nine gripping stories set to music by some of the world’s greatest songwriters. Greek gods, horses, a piano player and some French people take to the stage as chaotic, hilarious and occasionally shocking worlds unfold. Choose to direct, sing, act and compose with the performers or simply watch the mayhem unfold from your seat. A fast, furious and passionate family show abundant with humour and pathos.

‘HARLAN IS IRREPRESSIBLY ENTHUSIASTIC...A TERRIFICALLY ENGAGING ACTOR, MUSICIAN AND COMMUNICATOR’
THE SINGER
‘ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY THINGS I HAVE EVER WITNESSED’
MEURIG BOWEN
‘MADE ME SMILE AND ACHE IN EQUAL AMOUNTS’
‘UTTERLY MAGICAL’
‘SO, SO SICK’
[Audience Quotes]

Suitable for people 7 years and above, adults and children alike!

Venue:
Barber Concert Hall, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts,
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TS

Admission:
£5 Adults
£3 under 16s/children

Free drop-in craft session: 12.30-1.45pm
Bring Greek myths and fables to life in this pre-concert session in the Barber foyer.
(Concert ticket holders only)

Mumsnet Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield has a family ticket for four (2 adults, 2 children) to give away

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the question below:

What colour are the keys of a piano?
1) Black and White
2) Orange and Blue
3) Yellow and Pink

Email your answers to: birmingham@mumsnetlocal.com by midday Friday 26th February.

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