Win tickets to see legend Pat in his first class show
Do you know someone aged three to six years old, who loves Postman Pat, and who would like to meet him?
Postman Pat Live! – It's Showtime stars everyone's favourite postie and will be visiting Lincoln Performing Arts Centre on October 27.
Pat will be joined by Ted Glen, Mrs Goggins, Ajay and Pat's trusty sidekick Jess, his black and white cat. There will be plenty of audience participation and new songs for families to enjoy.
It's the day of the talent show and there is excitement in Greendale.
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All the invitations have been delivered and it's up to the villagers to come up with something that will get the vote of approval from Sebastian Sly, the famous judge.
Postman Pat sets off on a mission to deliver the equipment needed, but a few mishaps along the way put the whole talent show in jeopardy.
We've teamed up with Classic Media and Premier Stage Productions to give one lucky youngster the chance to win a family ticket to see the show and to meet Postman Pat afterwards.
If this sounds like something you'd like to do, get an adult to read what Postman Pat told What's On about being the most famous postman...
Echo: What do you like to do in your spare time?
POSTMAN PAT: Every day is busy in the Special Delivery Service, so when I get home I like to spend as much time as possible with my family and friends. I do try to always play a game of footie or keepy uppy with Julian in the back garden and Sarah and I go ballroom dancing once a week. (Laughs) It's Strictly Greendale! I'm a bit of a dab hand at DIY too – though I'm not sure Sarah would agree. I tried to put up a new garden shed but it all fell down like a house of cards. We had to ask Ted Glen to come and put it back up again. I think I'll stick to ballroom dancing from now on.
Echo: What would you be if you were not a postman?
PP: Oh, that's an interesting question. Hmmm … let me see. I used to think I'd like to be a train driver when I was a lad ... do you know, I can't think of ANYTHING else I'd rather be than a postman. I love seeing all my friends and neighbours on my delivery round. The look on someone's face when they get a special card or present from a loved one in the post ... well, there's really nothing like it.
Echo: How much of a help is Jess the Cat on your rounds?
PP: (Chuckles) Jess is a scamp alright but life wouldn't be the same without him. It's nice to have company when you're doing deliveries all day. He's very intelligent too, sometimes I think Jess is the brains of our outfit.