Win tickets to Beauty and the Beast

Family-friendly musical pantomime production opens at Surrey Arts Centre Nov. 23.

Surrey-based Fraser Valley Gilbert & Sullivan Society present Beauty and the Beast Nov. 23 to Dec. 4.

The Fraser Valley Gilbert and Sullivan society is holding a Beauty and the Beast Ticket Contest.

For a chance to win four tickets to see the society’s upcoming pantomime production of Beauty and the Beast, unscramble the letters BEE BALLETS and send your answer to  beautyandthebeastcontest@gmail.com. The unscrambled letters will reveal two five letter names. They are the names of the two main characters in the fun family-friendly musical panto Beauty and the Beast that the G&S Society is presenting at the Surrey Arts Centre from Nov. 23 to Dec. 4.

Include your name, phone number, e-mail address and the unscrambled names in your email entry.

One person’s name will be drawn from the correctly submitted entries. There’s a limit of one entry per person and the last day to submit entries is Nov. 16.

To purchase tickets to Beauty and the Beast, phone the Surrey Arts Centre Box office at 604-501-5566 or purchase online at tickets.surrey.ca.

For more information visit www.fvgss.org or “Like” the society on Facebook at www.facebook/fvgss

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