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Win family tickets this summer with Nimax Theatres!

Two readers will receive a family ticket to Billionaire Boy, What The Ladybird Heard, Wonderville Magic & Illusion or Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Five!

This competition is now closed.

Jewish News and Nimax Theatres have teamed up to offer two lucky readers a family ticket to one of these fantastic shows: Billionaire Boy, What The Ladybird Heard, Wonderville Magic & Illusion or Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Five!

A billionaire boy, one tiny Ladybird, magic and illusion and barmy British history – there’s something for everyone at Nimax Theatres this summer!

Nimax’s West End theatres are open with a very exciting programme of family productions and with Covid-19 secure procedures in place.

Billionaire Boy at the Garrick Theatre, 17 July to 22 August: A new production of David Walliams’ best-selling story. Perfect family fun!

What The Ladybird Heard at the Palace Theatre, 15 July to 29 August: With live music, puppetry and a whole farmyard of fun, this 55-minute family favourite is the perfect summer treat.

Wonderville Magic & Illusion at the Palace Theatre, 16 July to 30 August: Five incredible acts. A vaudevillian journey of illusion. Bringing magic to the West End this summer.

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part Five at the Apollo Theatre, 29 July to 28 August: Back with a brand-new show full of crazy new characters and rude new rulers from Britain’s barmy past!

Experience the magic of live theatre once again. For more information, and to book tickets from just £12.50, visit

Competition terms and conditions: Two winners will receive a family ticket (four tickets, minimum one adult) valid for any Monday to Friday performance from 15 July to 19 August to see one of the following: Billionaire Boy (Garrick Theatre), What The Ladybird Heard (Palace Theatre), Wonderville Magic & Illusion (Palace Theatre) or Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Five (Apollo Theatre). Subject to availability. Travel and accommodation not included. No cash alternative. Nimax Theatres operates strictly under government Covid-19 guidelines. Prize is as stated, not transferable, not refundable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or exchanged in whole or in part for cash. By supplying your email address, you agree to receive marketing information from the JN Media Group or any of its affiliates and carefully selected third parties. The promotion excludes employees of Jewish News and the promoter, their immediate families, their agents or anyone professionally connected to the relevant promotion. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request. For full Ts and Cs, see Closing date: 8 July 2021


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