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Billionaire Boy Colouring-In Competition


WIN A WONDERFUL WALLIAMS PRIZE PACK

To celebrate CDP Kids adaptation of David Walliams Billionaire Boy coming to life on Riverside Theatres stage 3 – 4 April, CDP Kids have given us 5 x books packs including Billionaire Boy and Mr Stink to give away to our talented younger patrons. For your chance to win, simply demonstrate your artistic talents by colouring in the sheet below.

TO ENTER, SIMPLY:

ENTRIES ARE OPEN FOR CHILDREN UP TO 12 YEARS OLD. COMPETITION CLOSES 5PM MONDAY 2 APRIL 2018.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

By entering you’re agreeing to the terms and conditions:

  • This is a game of skill. Chance plays no part in determining the winner. Each entry will be individually judged, based upon individual creativity.
  • Each entry must include the name and age of the child.
  • Competition is open for children up to 12 years old as of 2 April 2018. One entry per person.
  • This competition is not open to relations of Riverside Theatres employees.
  • Five winners will be judged as the best from all entries. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Contest closes 5pm Monday 2 April 2018. Winners will be notified by 5pm Wednesday 4 April 2018.
  • Each winner will receive a prize pack containing a copy of Davild Walliams’ books Billionaire Boy and Mr Stink.
  • The prize is non-transferable and non-redeemable for cash.

Don’t forget to book your tickets to see Billionaire Boy Live On Stage at Riverside, 3 – 4 April.


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