WIN!: Tickets to Whistle Down The Wind at Cambridge Corn Exchange

WE have got FOUR pairs of tickets up for grabs to see Whistle Down The Wind, the Cambridge Corn Exchange’s summer exhibition which runs from July 15-18.

Based on the classic and much loved 1960s film starring Hayley Mills, Whistle Down The Wind is an extraordinary and uplifting tale about the transforming power of love.

Featuring the area’s finest amateur cast, this show is set in an English village where a 14-year-old girl discovers a mysterious man hiding in a barn.

The girl and the town’s other children vow to protect the stranger from the world that waits outside. Meanwhile the town’s people are determined to catch a fugitive.

With songs such as ‘Angels’ and ‘Please Jesus’ all performed to the backing of a live orchestra, this really will be a summer treat for all the family.


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Presented by the Corn Exchange and Sky Blue Theatre, director Frances Brownlie said: “I’m very pleased about this forthcoming production. I directed it 25 years ago at the legendary Minnack Theatre in Cornwall, where it sold out every night and it is the first time it has been done in Cambridge. Whistle Down The Wind is a wonderful story, enthralling and powerful.”

We have four pairs of tickets worth �28 per pair, to be won for the performance which takes place on July 16 at 7.30pm.

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INFO: www.cornex.co.uk or call 01223 457555.

• To be in with a chance of winning answer the following question:

Which child actress starred in the original film of Whistle Down the Wind?

To enter, email your answer by clicking the link at the top of this page. Please remember to include your name, address and daytime contact number.

Entries close at noon on Tuesday July 13. The winners will be the first four answers drawn at random from all the correct entries.

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