This Christmas, the unforgettable pupils of St. Bernadetteâs have set their hearts on competing in the National choir contest âA Song For Christmasâ?. But with the headmistress not in favour of the plan, new class teacher Mr Peterson (David Tennant) has his hands full trying to curb the enthusiasm of the kids, not to mention Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton).
To celebrate the release of Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger! on November 23 we have teamed up with London Duck Tours to offer you the chance to win an Amazing Amphibious Adventure Family Pass! Just like the Mr Peterson, Mr Poppy and the choir we are giving you the chance to have a fun, quirky and different adventure! Perfect for all ages, it’s the only way to experience the sights and sounds of central London on land and river without leaving the comfort of your seat! Find out about London Duck Tour experiences here: www.londonducktours.co.uk
Answer the following question for a chance to win: What is the name of the national choir contest that St Bernadetteâs wants to take part in?
(a) The Xmas Factor
(b) A Song For Christmas
(c) School Kids Have Talent
(d) Kids Fame Academy
Send completed entries to [email protected] with the title “Nativity 2 Competition”
Nativity 2: Danger in The Manger, at cinemas everywhere from November 23, is a laugh out loud Christmas classic that familyâs everywhere are set to fall in love with. FIND OUT MORE www.facebook.com/NativityFilm
Departing from Chicheley Street SE1, which is just behind the London Eye, our amphibious vehicles drive past famous London landmarks such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar Square before a dramatic launch into the River Thames from our slipway at MI6. All this on vehicles used for the D-Day landings in 1944.
The tour lasts about 75 minutes, with approximately 30 minutes on the river and is enhanced by an entertaining, action packed commentary by our tour guides who provide an alternative and insightful view of London’s history, plus fascinating facts and figures about the original D-Day vehicles themselves.