WIN: Thank You For The Music comes to Cambridge Corn Exchange - and we’re giving away three pairs of tickets

MISSED out on tickets to see Thank You For The Music in Peterborough? There’s a second chance to celebrate 40 years of ABBA.

Three lucky readers will each win a pair of tickets when the show arrives at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Friday April 27.

The show features million-selling ABBA hits Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen, Super Trouper, Waterloo and scores more.

In addition, Thank You for the Music also features show stealers Bee Gees Magic. The trio, backed by a live band, perform original Bee Gees’ hits like Staying Alive, Massachusetts, Night Fever and How Deep is Your Love as well as million-sellers penned for other artists by the Bee Gees including Islands in the Stream, Heartbreaker and Chain Reaction.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets start at �20.50 and can be purchased by calling the box office on 01223 357851.


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• To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, answer this question:

Thank You For The Music stars an authentic live tribute to Abba and which other million-selling super group?

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A) Bee Gees

B) The Beatles

C) Queen

To enter, text CT MUSIC followed by your answer (A, B or C) name and address to 80058. Texts cost �1 plus your standard network rate.

Competition closes at 23:59 on 13/04/2012. There are three prizes of a pair of tickets to Thank You For The Music at Cambridge Corn Exchange. The winners will be the first three correct entries selected at random after the closing date.

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