Whether you’re into rock, pop, country, or classical (or something else), you’ll probably enjoy music. It’s what we turn to when we’re happy, when we’re sad, or when we just want to get in the shower and sing like nobody’s listening.
However, studies have shown that classical music, in particular, has some pretty fabulous health benefits – including its ability to increase creativity, relieve pain, and decrease blood pressure. With such positive outcomes, it can only be a good thing to introduce it to our children of today.
The National Centre for Early Music are all about that. And you could win a FAMILY TICKET (that’s two adults and two under 16s) to their show, Smile, on 21st October at either 11.30am or 2pm. Your choice!
Telling the story of Augustus the Tiger, who lost his smile, you’ll be taken on a magical musical adventure through the means of theatrical chamber music. The show is based on the book ‘Augustus and his Smile’, written and illustrated by Catherine Rayner, and performed by exceptional musicians on the cello, violin, and viola.
To be in with a chance of winning this musical prize, simply answer the following question:
What’s the name of the tiger in Smile?
Send your answer, along with your name, address and daytime contact number, to email@example.com – but the competition closes on Friday 12th October.
Click here for more information, and to book tickets.