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Posted on March 28, 2018

…By completing the Dancing Times readers’ questionnaire

This month, Dancing Times is conducting a readers’ survey so we can find out what you think about us! By entering, you also have the opportunity to win some fantastic prizes. For a chance to win, complete the survey here.

PRIZES

The first prize is £100 in Theatre Tokens (plus a free, 12-month print subscription to Dancing Times or an extension to an existing subscription)

£50 in Theatre Tokens (plus a free, 12-month print subscription to Dancing Times or an extension to an existing subscription) for two runners-up

The next ten entries drawn will also receive a free 12-month print subscription to Dancing Times or an extension to an existing subscription

Prize draw terms and conditions

Winning entries will be drawn at random from all surveys received on or before April 30, 2018, and winners’ names will be published in the June issue of Dancing Times. One entry per person. All prizes are non transferable. Dancing Times Ltd employees, their immediate families, and their agents are excluded from the prize draw.

Give the gift of Theatre Tokens!

Treating someone to a night at the theatre is incredible. Between the laughs, sobs and toe-taps, the right show at the right time can be life changing. Keeping the surprise, however, can be difficult. That’s where Theatre Tokens come in.

Theatre Tokens are unique gift vouchers that can be used at over 240 theatres nationwide, including all of London’s West End. Giving your lucky recipient their choice of shows from plays, musicals, entertainment, opera to dance.

Plus, Theatre Tokens have no expiry date, so there’s no pressure to choose straight away, making them the perfect present for anyone at any time. Choose from a Gift Card or an eGift and let them see a show when and where they like.

Order online at TheatreTokens.com or call Tokenline on 020 3011 0755 (open Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm).

Simon Oliver has been production editor of Dancing Times since 2010 and is highly experienced in design across print and online magazine production. Throughout his career, Simon has worked on a diverse range of subjects including music, family history, book collecting and poker.

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