WIN! Two readers will each win a pair of tickets to 80s Mania at the Cresset, Peterborough

HITS from the 1980s will be celebrated when a reunion tribute concert comes to Peterborough - and we are offering two pairs of tickets for the show.

More than 35 songs will be performed at 80s Mania with top acts recreated including Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Culture Club, Wham!, Nena, Toni Basil, Dead or Alive, Madness, Madonna, Spandau Ballet and Cyndi Lauper.

Now in its fourth year, the concert is endorsed by legendary Top of the Pops and BBC Radio 1 Presenter/DJ Mike Read.

With the help of two giant projector screens he stars as the show’s compere/presenter. He is also the DJ voice on a fictitious radio station’s pre-show, interval and after-show.

The show, Europe’s only 80s multi-tribute concert show, comes to the Cresset on Friday May 11. The show starts at 8pm and tickets cost �19.50 (�15.50 concessions). To purchase, contact the box office on 01733 265705.

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

Which legendary BBC Radio 1 DJ endorses 80s Mania?

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A) Dave Lee Travis

B) Tony Blackburn

C) Mike Read

To enter, text CT MANIA followed by your answer (A, B or C) name and address to 80058. Texts cost 50p plus your standard network rate.

Competition closes at 23:59 on 01/05/2012. There are two prizes of a pair of tickets to 80s Mania at the Cresset. The winners will be the first two correct entries selected at random after the closing date. Usual promotion rules apply – visit our website.

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