The Cardiff Blues are offering young supporters the chance to win two tickets to see the fantastic new family film The Secret Of Moonacre, starring Cardiff Blues fan Ioan Gruffudd, at the Cineworld Cinema in Cardiff.
The film focuses on a young orphan girl who uncovers a magical secret that leads her into an unforgettable adventure. Thirteen-year-old Maria Merryweather (Dakota Blue Richards) is left with only her loyal governess Miss Heliotrope (Juliet Stevenson) and a musty old leather-bound book, The Ancient Chronicles of Moonacre Valley. Sent to live with her uncle, Sir Benjamin Merryweather (Ioan Gruffudd), Maria discovers the tale of the Moon Princess (Natascha McElhone) and her magical pearls.
The pearls bring good fortune and prosperity to all, and also ensure that anyone who touched them was compelled to speak the truth. Maria is amazed when, before her very eyes, the book's illustrations come to life and the Moon Princess looks directly at her. Now Maria uncovers the dark truth of an ancient curse that has been afflicting Moonacre Valley for centuries. She has only until the next full moon to undo the curse and save Moonacre from destruction.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets for the film simply answer the following question.
Who plays the role of Maria Merryweather in The Secret Of Moonacre?
A Dakota Red Richards
B Dakota Blue Richards
C Dakota Orange Richards
Send your answer to:
Cinema Ticket Competition, Cardiff Blues, Cardiff Arms Park, Westgate Street, CARDIFF, CF10 1JA. Or on email to: email@example.com.
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