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Ten in the Bed Competition

Ten in the Bed at The Hullabaloo 

Is it a bed? Or a boat? Or a giant slice of toast? For Naz and Iggy and their eight friends, their bed is a place where imagination can fill their tummies with tasty treats and take them to familiar warm places. Well, sometimes.  

Join the boat-bed’s disparate crew as they dream up playful tales of pirates, misunderstood sharks and fishing trips that hook some unexpected catches. But what happens if the bed is not big enough to fit everyone in? How do they decide who gets to stay and who has to go? 

This humorous and inventive new show celebrates the power of imaginary play and proves there’s always enough room to have fun, even when the world is at its most daunting.  

Written by award-winning teenage fiction writer Steve Tasane (Child I, Blood Donors), Ten in the Bed sensitively explores the child refugee experience, where the power of invention offers an escape from reality.  

Framed by expressive music, it is the latest exhilarating production for 3-8s from Half Moon, the UK’s leading small-scale young people’s venue and touring company. 

Watch the trailer here:

TRAILER | Ten in the Bed from Half Moon Theatre on Vimeo.

Find out more and buy tickets here: Ten in the Bed – Theatre Hullabaloo

For your chance to win all you need to do is like and comment on the Facebook competition post


This prize includes a family ticket (up to 5 people, minimum 1 child) for either the 11am or 1.30pm show subject to availability.

Competition ends on 19/05/24 at midnight BST.

After this point, we will gather all entries from Facebook and randomly select a winner which will be announced on Monday 20th May 2024.

Winners will be notified by original method of entry (via their social media post) and prizes must be claimed within 3 days of notification.

This prize is not transferrable, refundable and cannot be exchanged for the monetary value of the tickets.

Competition entrants must be 18 or over and a UK resident.

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