Children will be able to see a musical starring TV legend David Hasselhoff for free.
Blackpool Winter Gardens say children will not pay to see Last Night A DJ Saved My Life.
We frequently offer great incentives to ensure whole families can see shows and I am delighted that the producers of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life want to do this
The Opera House is staging the world premiere on October 16 (running until Nov 1).
And as the show coincides with half-term, Blackpool’s busiest week of the year, all children attending with a paying adult will get in free.
Hasselhoff leads the cast for the Ibiza-themed romp playing an extrovert, party-going DJ and night club owner at the start of the 1990s.
His teenage daughter arrives to stay for the summer and he has to cope with being a single parent to a girl who wants to meet boys and live the party life.
Michael Williams, Managing Director of Blackpool’s Winter Gardens, added: “It’s great to be able to offer free tickets for children.
“We frequently offer great incentives to ensure whole families can see shows and I am delighted that the producers of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life want to do this.
“It’s the October half-term holidays for the second week of the show and as Blackpool’s busiest week I hope to see many families enjoying the Winter Gardens’ hospitality.”
A child ticket is anyone aged 16 and below. One free child ticket for every paying adult. Tickets from www.wintergardensblackpool.co.uk