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Giveaway: 10 pairs of tickets for Cromer Hall Concerts up for grabs

PUBLISHED: 10:01 28 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:41 29 May 2018

Killer Queen performing in Lithuania in May. The show is now coming to Cromer Hall. Picture: COURTESY CROMER HALL CONCERTS

Killer Queen performing in Lithuania in May. The show is now coming to Cromer Hall. Picture: COURTESY CROMER HALL CONCERTS

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Tickets are fast selling out for a series of outdoor concerts at Cromer Hall.

Killer Queen will perform at next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall ConcertsKiller Queen will perform at next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall Concerts

But there is still time to book for the Magic of Motown show on August 3, Killer Queen and Abba Revival on August 4 and the Glenn Miller Orchestra on August 5.

And following a giveaway last November, this newspaper has teamed up with the organisers to offer 10 more pairs of tickets to any of the three shows of your choice.

Simply write the name of the show you want to see on the back of an envelope and send it in to Cromer Hall Concerts competition, Eastern Daily Press, 31 Church Street, Cromer, NR27 9ES by Monday, June 11. Don’t forget to include your email address and phone number so we can let you know if you’ve won. Organisers said there was a limited number of tickets left and urged everyone to book. Tickets can now be bought at Cromer’s Amazona Zoo, or by calling 0333 666 3366 or visiting www.cromerhallconcerts.com.

MORE: Cromer Hall Concerts set to deliver timeless tunes and family fun in 2018

Nick Conrad, the concerts’ promoter, said: “We’re very grateful for the fantastic local support and will be back in 2019. We’re keeping our prices low and have extended our kids for £1 offer.

The Magic of Motown will be part of next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall ConcertsThe Magic of Motown will be part of next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall Concerts

“Thousands have booked to see the concerts with 60pc of tickets already snapped up by early March.”

The Magic of Motown show brings back the music of Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, The Supremes and more.

The final day will feature a classic motor show which will see scores of classic roadsters and military vehicles on display.

The Glenn Miller Orchestra. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall ConcertsThe Glenn Miller Orchestra. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall Concerts

A classic car show will be part of the final day of next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall ConcertsA classic car show will be part of the final day of next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall Concerts

Launch of next year's Cromer Hall concerts. Left to right, Nick Conrad, Benjie Cabbell Manners and Alan Barker.
Picture: ANTONY KELLYLaunch of next year's Cromer Hall concerts. Left to right, Nick Conrad, Benjie Cabbell Manners and Alan Barker. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Killer Queen performing in Lithuania in May. The show is now coming to Cromer Hall. Picture: COURTESY CROMER HALL CONCERTSKiller Queen performing in Lithuania in May. The show is now coming to Cromer Hall. Picture: COURTESY CROMER HALL CONCERTS

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