WOULD you like to treat your family to a top festive show?
Well, if you want to see A Christmas Carol at the Lawrence Batley Theatre tonight or on Friday, it might not cost you a penny.
Because we've got a whopping £1,650 worth of tickets to the show on these two nights to give away.
That's 50 family tickets for two adults and two children which normally cost £33 each.
All you have to do is get to the theatre's box office - now! - with your Examiner.
The first 50 people to wave a copy of today's newspaper at the staff there will get tickets for four people. Alternatively ring up and quote the magic word, Examiner, to reserve your seats. The number to call is at the bottom of this article.
You'll have to move fast if you want to go tonight - because the show starts at 6.30pm.
The box office, in the main theatre building on Queen Street, is open from 10am to 8pm every day this week except Sunday.
The Examiner-sponsored production is one of the theatre's biggest events of the year.
It is, of course, Charles Dickens's story of Ebenezer Scrooge, the miserly old man who loves money more than his family and friends - but with a few twists!
Tony Lidington, a Bradford-based director, writer and performer, has masterminded the show.
He says: "A Christmas Carol is a timeless ghost story. But in this version we have set Scrooge and Marley's trading world in the trafficking of goods from Africa and the Caribbean.
"As a result, the spirits that visit Scrooge are inspired by Afro-Caribbean images rather than traditional northern European ghosts."
Anyone who saw Aladdin last year at the theatre might recognise some familiar faces.
Remember the beaming smile of the title character and the hard time he had with his mum?
Well both actors are back. This time Chris Jack, who played Aladdin, is Bob Cratchit while Angie Waller, Aladdin's mum, swaps roles to be Mrs Cratchit, his wife!
The show opens tonight and there are 38 performances in total with daytime and evening shows through until December 31.
* The show is suitable for children over nine. For more information, call the box office on 01484 430528.