Ahoy there! Lucky readers are off to see Sinbad The Sailor

Congratulations to the three loyal readers, who together with a guest, will be going to see the Sanderstead Dramatic Club’s annual panto next week.

Readers Michel Prudon, Kate Workman and Priya Chandrasena have all won a prize of a pair of free tickets and will all be off for a fun night out to see Sinbad The Sailor.

They all gave 99 as the correct answer to our three-part pantomime season quiz, which needed you to know that Ali Baba hangs out with 40 thieves, that Snow White was accompanied by seven dwarves, and Goldilocks encountered three bears.

Audiences at All Saints Parish Hall will be able to join the adventure with Sinbad and his friends as they chase the evil Prince Tariq on their quest to rescue the Princess and the fabled Star of Mesopotamia.

Along the way, there will be fun for all the family, with plenty of music, dancing, laughter and, of course, audience participation.

The Sanderstead Dramatic Club has been staging its annual panto since 1907. This year, Sinbad the Sailor runs January 11 to 18 at All Saints Parish Hall, Onslow Gardens, Sanderstead CR2 9AB.

Thanks to all our readers who entered the competition – hard luck if you missed out this time, but look out for other special reader offers and competitions coming up throughout 2020.

Tickets for Sinbad are still available, from £6, and you can buy them on the Sanderstead DC website at sdclub.org.uk.

And our competition to win a copy of the highly acclaimed Skint Estate, by Cash Carraway, is still open until Monday’s deadline – with every entry from an Inside Croydon supporter also securing a donation to local homelessness charity Croydon Nightwatch. Click here for more details.


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