Win family panto tickets with a meal at ZAKS!

The Evening News has teamed up with Norwich Theatre Royal and award-winning restaurant chain ZAKS to offer six lucky winners a festive experience to remember. Each winner will scoop a family pass to see this year's pantomime and also enjoy a mouth-watering meal at ZAKS.

The Evening News has teamed up with Norwich Theatre Royal and awardwinning restaurant chain ZAKS to offer six lucky winners a festive experience to remember. Each winner will scoop a family pass to see this year's pantomime and also enjoy a mouth-watering meal at ZAKS.

This year's pantomime - Jack and the Beanstalk - which runs from December 14 to January 16 and is sponsored by Jungle PR, stars two of Britain's best-loved soap-stars. Stephen Uppal (Ravi Roy in Hollyoaks) plays Jack who tries to stop nasty villain Sir Despard Murgatroyd, played by Joel Beckett (Jake Moon in EastEnders), in a performance that is packed with lashings of comedy and fantastic dance numbers.

ZAKS is one Norfolk's best loved, long established restaurant chains. It has a big menu and even bigger portions of sizeable starters, legendary burgers with no less than 40 combinations and delicious dishes from the famous chargrill to give diners an authentic taste of America! For more information on ZAKS visit www.zaks.uk.com.

How to enter:

To win this festive prize, simply answer the following question:

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Which TV soap did Joel Beckett star in?

a) EastEnders

b) Hollyoaks

c) Coronation Street

Terms and conditions:

The competition closes Friday, December 3, 2010. The winners' names will be chosen at random from all the correct answers and the editor's decision is final. The pantomime tickets are for a maximum of four people on Wednesday, December 15 at 7.30pm. The meet-and-greet is from 6.30-6.45pm. Tickets are non-transferable and have no cash value. Every cast member attending the meet-and-greet cannot be guaranteed. The ZAKS meal is for a maximum of four people to a value of �60, excluding alcoholic drinks. Normal Archant competition rules apply.

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