WIN Tinga Tinga Tickets

How would like to go and see a new show which has just started touring the country?

How Lion became King of Tinga Tinga land is a fun packed adventure for all children aged between 3 and 11 years of age.


It follows the adventure of the Wise Old Bird ‘Banjoko’ who decides that the land of Tinga Tinga should have a King, and how he sets about finding the suitable Animal worthy to wear the crown of Tinga Tinga land.

It is an East African-inspired combination of musical and children’s party, set on the imaginary African Plain of Tinga Tinga Land. Five performers and two drummers lead kids and their families through a high-octane story full of music, puppets, dancing, and lots of things to join in with. Children and their families will learn about the characters and hear their stories, and will sing songs, play drums, learn dances and do group activities.

Your children are encouraged to turn up in costume as their favourite animals to add to the atmosphere.

You can find tour venues and dates here.

To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket to see the show, please fill out the Rafflecopter details below. A family ticket comprises of either two adults and two children or one adult and three children.

Terms and Conditions
The prize draw closes at 12.01am EST on 25/09/12
The PR company will send out the prize to the winner
Winner will be notified within two days of the end of the prize draw

5 comments

  1. I would like to win because I think it's something both of my boys would love to see. especially as Harry is so obsessed with animals.

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  2. It sounds like a great show! @MummyFever

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  3. Easy question... Because the 2 year old soon to be 3 year old would go bonkers with excitement. We love this show and it would be awesome to take him
    @clairelouise82

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  4. Because my son would love it... in fact, we all would... and sing the theme tune round the house on a daily basis! :-)

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  5. My five year old is crazy about lions and tigers - we also have close friends in East Africa and have been there ourselves to visit but have not yet taken the kids as we just think it's too far when they are so young. But they are hugely curious about our friends lives there. Particularly about how close they are to wild animals!

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