Win tickets for Bruno Mars, Diversity or Wicked!

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Win tickets for Bruno Mars, Diversity or Wicked!
by Garrett Hill - Thursday, 2 February 2017, 11:02 AM

Havering College Students’ Union Big Prize Charity Draw!

The Students’ Union are holding a big prize draw with three fabulous prizes in support of the Mayor of Havering Charity Appeal, starting from Monday 6th February.

This year the Mayor of Havering, has chosen to support Diabetes UK, Havering Mind and the Havering Association for People with Disabilities (HAD).

The aim of the Havering Voluntary Support Group is to promote the work of Diabetes UK in our local area and to provide help and support to those people living with Diabetes, along with their families and carers. Havering Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, providing support services, raising awareness and promoting understanding. HAD provide information and support to individuals and groups in Havering with a wide range of physical and sensory disabilities and the people who are looking after them at home.”

First Prize – Two tickets to the Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour on Friday 21st April at The O2 arena, London, 6.30pm.

The 24K Magic World Tour marks Mars’ first full-length tour since 2013’s hugely successful Moonshine Jungle World Tour, an international blockbuster that sold 2 million tickets worldwide across 155 sold-out dates.

Second Prize – Two Diversity Genesis tour tickets on Friday 14th April at The O2 Arena, London, 6.30pm.

After six sell out UK tours, 300,000 tickets sold, countless television performances and numerous other accomplishments; Diversity have announced their seventh tour “Genesis” for April 2017.

Third Prize – Two tickets for Wicked the Musical at the Apollo Theatre London on Tuesday 28th February, 7.30pm.

Hit musical Wicked has entertained audiences at the Apollo Victoria Theatre since 2006 and continues to dazzle the West End.

Tickets for the draw will be sold at £1 for students and £2 for staff. Tickets can be purchased from Student Services. The Students’ Union will also be walking around the campuses between 12pm-2pm selling tickets for the draw. The Students’ Union will also accept donations without entering the draw.

The prize draw will be drawn once the Students’ Union have reached their target of £400 which they are aiming to raise.