Tuesday, 13 September 2016

COMPETITION! WIN tickets to Debbie Oates' play The Ockerbys on Ice

Coronation Street writer Debbie Oates has a play running at the Duke's Theatre in Lancaster from September 30th to October 22nd.

The play stars Karen Henthorn, best known to Corrie fans as Theresa Morton.

We have two free tickets to give away to see the play, in a very special competition here on the Coronation Street Blog.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning these two tickets is to answer the following two questions correctly and email your answer to glenda.young@btinternet.com with the word OCKERBY in your email subject line.

One winner will be drawn from all correct entries received, and announced here on the Coronation Street Blog.

The deadline for entries to be received is 12 noon on Tuesday 20 September 2016.  The prize is two tickets to see the play at a date of your choice.  Your  travel costs to and from the theatre (and interval ice-creams!) are not included in the prize.

Entries from moneysavingsexpert, Loquax and all other competition entry websites will not be included.

Here are your two questions, good luck!  Answers can be found at the Duke's Theatre Website.

1. Viv and Dennis Ockerby would feel more at home in their slippers watching ... which telly programme?
2. What is the full name of the Director of The Ockerbys on Ice?

See also: Exclusive! Debbie Oates on writing for Rita

You might also like to enter our competition to win a copy of Corrie writer Jonathan Harvey's new book - have a look here.

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1 comment:

Philip said...

I'm surprised that you guys didn't mention the other Corrie connection!
The actor portraying the husband, David Crellin is a two time Corrie actor. He played Jimmy Clayton, who was the gangster husband of Steve's fling, Ronnie and then he played John Stape's unfortunate victim, Colin Fishwick.

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