Win A Family Ticket to A Mano (By Hand) at Unicorn Theatre, London

The Unicorn Theatre in London has a fantastic new family show opening next week for a limited time (29 October – 1 November) with performances throughout the day.

A Mano (By Hand) is the story of a small but special hero with a desire to escape from his pottery shop window and those who live there with him.

A Mano

A Mano at The Unicorn Theatre

The story is told with crafted clay characters and is a touching and life affirming tale about love, small failures, a potters wheel and four hands at play……

We are huge fans of The Unicorn Theatre in our house and I’m sure A Mano will be just as good as some of the other performances we’ve seen there.

The show is suitable for children aged 3+

A Mano

A Mano at the Unicorn Theatre

All you need to do to enter and be in with the chance of winning a family ticket is leave a comment below about pottery – anything goes, have you ever used a potters wheel, what did you make, what would you like to make if you could use a potters wheel and a winner will be chosen at random on Monday 26 October.

Terms and conditions

One winner will receive a family ticket (up to 2 adults, 2 children) for A Mano (By Hand) at the Unicorn Theatre, London.

Accommodation, refreshments and travel costs are not included in the prize.

The competition ends at midnight on Sunday 25 October and the winner will be chosen at random on Monday 26 October and notified by email.

A representative from The Unicorn Theatre will be in touch with the winner to arrange a suitable date and time from the available performances for the family ticket to be used against.

The prize cannot be exchanged for cash.

3 Comments
  1. I made a money box out of clay in school and it was the most lopsided thing ever.

  2. I made a bowl of autumn leaves at school and a flower vase which I was very proud of! Think I still have them somewhere as I remember my mum bringing them down to my home recently in one of her clear ups!

  3. I made a bowl of autumn leaves at school and a flower vase which I was very proud of! Think I still have them somewhere as I remember my mum bringing them down to my home recently in one of her clear ups!

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