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Woodville Theatre offers 50 babies free theatre and cinema until the age of 18

PUBLISHED: 07:00 23 February 2018

The Woodville Theatre are hoping to inspire future theatre-goers. Picture: Archant

The Woodville Theatre are hoping to inspire future theatre-goers. Picture: Archant

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As part of The Woodville’s 50th anniversary celebrations this year, the theatre are offering free tickets to babies born this year, lasting until they are 18.

Hoping to inspire local theatre-goers of the future and give them the opportunity to begin an exciting relationship with the arts, The Woodville are running a competition for 50 babies born locally during 2018 up until November, to win a pass for free theatre and cinema tickets until they turn 18.

The 50 lucky winners will be known as “Woodville Babies”.

Every baby that is entered will receive a special ‘Baby Box’, plus gifts from The Woodville and The Baby Box company, Baby Box University.

To register for a baby box and to be in with a chance to win the Woodville Baby competition, enter your details at http://bit.ly/2ohrNhJ

Terms and conditions apply and can be found on the website.

Every new parent that enters will also receive two free cinema tickets (valid for one year) as a treat from The Woodville.

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