Win tickets to review The Science Museum Live in London!

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Calling all young theatre fans!

Fancy yourself as a young reviewer? The Science Museum’s explosive new show, The Energy Show, lands at De La Warr Pavilion on 4 and 5 May. Methane bubbles are set alight to make fireballs, liquid nitrogen freezes flowers and rockets are fired into the audience. Stand well back and cover your ears – theatre just got dangerously exciting! We’re looking for two brave reviewers aged between 7 – 13 who would be able to review the show at The Science Museum in London at one of its performances between Thursday 3 and  Friday 11 April 2014  at 11.30 or 1.30pm  (No Monday performances)

We have got two Family Tickets to see the show at the Science Museum in London. You will be able to come to the show of your choice (subject to availability). Your review will be published on De La Warr Pavilion website and on Chipper page of the Hastings Observer. You will also get family ticket to see the show again at De La Warr Pavilion in May.

If you’d like to be one of our young reviewers, simply send us a review of a show or event you have recently been to see to dominika.hicks@dlwp.com by 25th March 2014 along with a short paragraph about yourself. Reviews should be no longer than 200 words. After the closing date, we’ll look at all applications and pick the best two. Good luck!

*Terms and Conditions apply. You can chose between 2,3 and4 tickets and must be able to travel to The Science Museum in London and cover your travel costs between Thursday 3 and Friday 11 April. You will be able to see the show of your choice (subject to availability)

For more information please contact dominika.hicks@dlwp.com

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