The Bristol Film Festival is rolling in soon, and to celebrate, I’ve got two tickets to giveaway to see Madagascar at Bristol Zoo, on Friday March 11!
This is for the evening performance, which runs from 7-9pm, so maybe for slightly older/more adventurous filmgoers, who fancy saying goodnight to the animals on their way out, maybe seeing what bedtime stories they get read, and whether they wear City or Rovers pyjamas.
As well as seeing the film itself, the lucky winners also get free entry to the zoo at any point during the weekend, plus one free ticket to Wild Place, the zoo’s new out of town extension.
Madagascar, as you might know, is about a group of animals who are transported from a zoo in New York City to the island of Madagascar. With our zoo here being in relatively urban confines, it might be a fun prize for those who have always wondered what the Wild Place Project is going to mean to the animals who have been living in Clifton for so long. Also, they have lemurs from actual Madagascar living there.
To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment answering the following question:
True or false, modern-day New York City is partially built on the rubble of buildings from Bristol destroyed during the Blitz.
Competition closes on 27th February.