Sound Radio Wales have a pair of tickets to give away to see “Michael starring Ben” courtesy of our friends at the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre.
To win this great prize all you need to do is answer a simple question and text in your answer … The question is:
What sort of animal was Michael Jackson’s pet Ben ?
A) A Chimpanzee
B) A Dog
C) A Rat
Text your FULL NAME and ANSWER A, B or C to 07426 75 20 75 by Friday 8th February, 9am
A winner will be picked out live on air during the Breakfast Show on Friday 8th February.
One entry per text number please, entrants must be 16 and over
Text charged at you standard network rate.
James Baker Productions presents
MICHAEL® STARRING BEN – THE MAGIC OF MICHAEL JACKSON
Michael® starring Ben is a jaw-dropping magical tribute to the King Of Pop Michael Jackson.
As the largest touring tribute to Michael Jackson in the UK today, this award winning production features an incredible live band, stunning costumes, iconic dance routines and of course, the inimitable Ben. The show promises to create the most authentic, lively and powerful re-creation of the iconic superstar you will ever experience.
Michael® starring Ben brings together a fresh blend mixing elements of Michael Jackson’s own stage shows with exciting new arrangements combined with a breathtaking light show to create the perfect celebration of Michael and his music.
This incredible show features not only the greatest hits of Michael Jackson but also The Jackson 5. The show includes Thriller, Beat It, Billie Jean, Man in the Mirror and many, many more of Michael Jackson’s catalogue of hit songs.
Michael® starring Ben is the latest smash hit theatre production from renowned producer James Baker and features the UK’s ultimate Michael Jackson tribute star, Ben Bowman; who not only looks and sounds like Michael Jackson, but has honed his routine so impeccably that audiences believe they are watching Michael Jackson himself.
Take a journey back in time as we remember the man, the music, the magic, Michael.
Performance: Saturday 9th February, 2019 @ 7:30pm
Ticket Prices: £22, children £16, groups 10+ £17.50 (available from the Box Office)