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10 Dec 2015
Local bus operator, Stagecoach, is spreading festive cheer to homes in Inverness by giving away over £200 worth of tickets for this year's pantomime at Eden Court. The company are the main sponsor of the performance which opened on 8th December and runs until 10th January 2016.
To mark the occasion three sets of family tickets worth £70 are being given away in a Twitter competition. The #SCPantoPrize competition was launched on 2nd December and will run until 23rd December. Entrants simply need to follow @StagecoachNScot and Re-tweet one of the company's Peter Pan posts to enter.
The winner of the first round of the competition was Michael Macaulay, an apprentice Manager from Inverness. Michael said of his win: "I was surprised. I didn't expect to win anything for simply re-tweeting a tweet. I'm really looking forward to seeing the show."
Steve Walker, Managing Director, Stagecoach North Scotland said: "We are very pleased to be sponsoring Eden Court's Peter Pan production this year. We value the arts and the enjoyment it brings to the local Inverness community. It therefore gives us great pleasure to offer families the chance to win free tickets."
The second round of the competition started on Thursday 10th December and the winner will be announced on Wednesday 16th December.