Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Treasure Island Art and Competition.

Last week I told you about a fantastic competition run by the Old Rep Birmingham to celebrate the upcoming production of  Treasure Island this winter. They are encouraging children to enter their art work to win tickets to the show along with seeing their art on the program. They will also be displaying as much art as possible in the theatre.

My children were keen to enter along with their friends and I already have some art to submit. The theme is to design your own treasure island. Here are my lot getting down to work.






























As you can see they had loads of fun and it's a perfect summer holiday activity.

Here is their finished work.







































To enter the Treasure Island art competition, you need to submit a picture of your fantasy Treasure Island to The Old Rep by Saturday 10th October 2015. This can be done in two different ways: either post your artwork to Treasure Island Art Competition, The Old Rep, Station Street, Birmingham, B5 4DY, or scan your picture and email it to treasureislandart@oldreptheatre.co.uk.

This competition is open to children of up to 12 years. Please make sure that you include your full name, age and a contact telephone number with your entry. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that we will be able to return your picture.

The winner will be chosen by a celebrity judge in November, so keep an eye on The Old Rep’s website  and Facebook page.

What are you waiting for? Get creative and design your very own Treasure Island to be in with a chance of winning!

To enter, you need to submit a picture of your fantasy Treasure Island to The Old Rep by Saturday 10th October 2015. This can be done in two different ways: either post your artwork to Treasure Island Art Competition, The Old Rep, Station Street, Birmingham, B5 4DY, or scan your picture and email it to treasureislandart@oldreptheatre.co.uk.

 For more information about the Treasure Island, or to book tickets, visit www.oldreptheatre.co.uk or call 0121 359 9444.

Do let me know if you enter, and Good Luck!

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