Would you like the chance to enjoy a magnificent open-air concert to celebrate the iconic TV series Downton Abbey?
The event, which takes place at Highclere Castle – the 5,000 acre estate where Downton was filmed – will be compered by none other than Carson himself.
Actor Jim Carter OBE will host the concert in character as the beloved butler to the Crawley family, reflecting on his time at Downton Abbey and some of the most memorable moments from the show.
His stories will be brought to life by clips and montages from the series with The Chamber Orchestra of London and the television show’s composer John Lunn on piano, performing songs from the beautiful soundtrack, including I’ll Count The Days and If You Were The Only Girl In The World.
It is an organised event, with seating and is sure to be a memorable, midsummer event on Saturday, June 22.
The Banbury Guardian has two pairs of tickets to give away to the first two correct entries drawn after the competition closing date.
To be in with a chance, answer the question: Who did Mr Carson marry in series six of Downton Abbey?
Send your answers, with your name, address and phone number by 5pm on Friday, April 5 to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form printed in this week’s Banbury Guardian and send it to Downton Competition, Banbury Guardian, Colin Sanders Innovation Centre, Mewburn Road, Banbury OX16 9PA.
For a sneak preview go to www.downtonabbeytheconcert.com
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