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2 tickets ‘The Neil Diamond Story’ worth over £45


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WIN Bob Drury's 'The Neil Diamond Story' The life of a legend in song


Bob Drury and his band return to the Hazlitt Theatre with a brand new show celebrating the life and music of the legend that is Neil Diamond.


The show tracks Neil’s journey from unknown and struggling New York songwriter to interna- tional mega-star and includes music from every stage of a staggering music career spanning five decades. All the hits are included such as ‘America’, ‘Cracklin’ Rosie’, 'Forever in Blue Jeans', ‘Love on The Rocks’, ‘Play Me’, ‘Hello Again’, ‘I Am I Said’ and of course ‘Sweet Caroline’ as well as some lesson known songs that are sure to become favourites!


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Send your entry to Hazlitt Theatre competition


Mail Publications Ltd, 2 Forge House, Bearsted Green Business Park, Bearsted, Maidstone, Kent ME14 4DT.


Closing date: 30th June 2017


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Box Office: 01622 758611 www.hazlitttheatre.com


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Family Tickets for the Kent County Show


Valid for 2 adults and


2 children on any one day Worth £50 each


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Kent County Show Competition Mail Publications Ltd, 2 Forge House, Bearsted Green Business Park, Bearsted, Maidstone, Kent ME14 4DT.


Closing date: 31st May 2018


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Enjoy a Family Day at The Kent County Show


The Kent County Show is the region's showcase event for farming, countryside and rural life. The three day show brings together the very best of Kent with animals, food, fun and excitement. This year’s main ring attraction will be the


Household Cavalry Musical Ride who will be bringing the very best of the British Army with representatives from the Life Guards and The Blues and Royals who form members of the ride.


New for 2018, will be the Kent Attractions Zone which will feature stands who will provide a window into tourism in Kent. This will be located opposite the new home for the Garden Life marquee which will host a display of 10,000 hand craft poppies made by local people, collated into a magnificent curtain of poppies to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War.


The Show offers a range of entertainment and shopping including multiple Food Halls, Countryside area, Flower Show, show jumping, vintage vehicles and hundreds of cattle, sheep and goats. Watch the dancing sheep, birds of prey and pole climbing, sit back and listen to a variety of live music, take time to browse in the antiques village or be amazed by Titan the Robot.


At the 2018 Kent County Show, the opportunities for entertainment are endless.


We are offering 2 lucky readers the chance to win a family ticket to enjoy The Kent County Show on 6,7,8 July 2018.


The Kent County Show, Kent Showground, Maidstone ME14 3JF


Ticket Hotline: 01622 633060 www.kentshowground.co.uk


Undoubtedly one of the UK’s finest and most sincere tributes to Neil Diamond, Bob has been astounding audiences with his vocal likeness for ten years during which time he has performed throughout the UK, Europe and in the United States for the US Neil Diamond fan club.


The Show is on 7th September. One lucky reader has the chance to win 2 tickets worth £50.00.


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