Win A Family Pass To FIQ! At The Brighton Dome
Treat the family this Christmas to a fabulous acrobatic show this festive season!
Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger bring their phenomenal acrobatic energy to the Brighton Dome stage with FIQ!, a luminous, tender and playful ode to the young people of Morocco that is a celebration of light and colour.
Ideal for families or a night out with friends this festive season, FIQ! will transport you to a colourful, visual world designed by celebrated artist Hassan Hajjaj.
Expect magical acrobatic feats, breakdancing and freestyle football, set to the unique sounds of DJ Dino’s scratching and fiery rap.
Taking place at the Brighton Dome between December 18 - 27, we've now got an opportunity for Hidden members to bag a family ticket (two adults and two children) to attend on a date of their choice!
To be in with a chance to win, just enter our random draw below! We'll then choose a winner at random following the closing date on Wednesday December 7 - best of luck!
Please note the following terms and conditions:
Winning tickets cannot be exchanged for other tickets or cash. Entrants must be age 18 or over. Read full T&C's here
Know a friend who would want to take part? Invite them to join here!
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