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Gscene & Royal Pavilion Ice Rink Festive free ticket Competition

Gscene Editorial Team December 3, 2019

In a spirit of festive freebie frostiness Gscene have partnered up with the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink to offer two lucky winners a delightful skating session for free!

One lucky entry will win a magical romantic skate for two at the twinkling Royal Pavilion Ice Rink to be booked on a date of your choice, subject to availability. The other lucky winner can take four friends or a family ticket at the family friendly frosty Royal Pavilion Ice Rink to be booked on a date of your choice again subject to availability.

The south east’s most beautiful Christmas attraction, Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Ice Rink, returns for its 10th year, powered exclusively by wind and solar energy and is open until 19th January 2020. Set right in front of Brighton’s iconic royal pleasure palace, the huge 880 square metre rink and separate 130 square metre beginners’ rink are lit magically at night and for many of their visitors, heralding the arrival of Christmas. The main rink offers plenty of space for more confident skaters and the separate beginners’ rink with penguin skate aids provides a safe area for younger skaters to build their confidence.

For those looking to just sit back and soak up the festive atmosphere, there’s no charge for spectating from the toasty warm cosy rink-side Bar & Kitchen or from its 40-metre terrace next to the ice.

The very difficult competition questions are:

For the adult tickets: in what year did British figure skater John Curry OBE become Olympic and World Champion Figure skater?

For the family ticket: What animal are the ice rink skate aids modeled on? 

Answers please to¬† with ‘Royal Pavilion Ice Rink Festive Freebie’¬† in the subject line.

Only one entry per question please. Winners will be drawn at random on Friday 13th December and the winner emailed notification.

Gscenes decision is final.

If you’d like to go along and skate -tickets cost from ¬£10 for full price tickets (aged 12 and over), ¬£7 for juniors (under 12) and the one-hour skate times run from 10am to 9.15pm daily. Children under five can skate for free in all off -peak sessions when accompanied on the ice by an adult paying full price. There are also great multiticket offers for those who want to skate regularly and concessions for students. The box office is open from 9.30am to 9.45am, but it is advisable to book tickets in advance.

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