Win tickets to the Magic of Motown

Motown is back at No1 as The Nation’s Favourite Motown Songs album tops the BBC’s UK Top 40 Compilations Chart. The new release coincides with an ITV show and the Magic of Motown concert show’s UK tour.

And we have three pairs of tickets to see the concert show when it comes to the Theatre Royal, Glasgow on Friday, November 14 at 8pm.

Simply answer the question at the bottom of this article to win.

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It’s your chance to see many of the incredible hits featured in the TV programme and on the album performed live in the amazing Magic of Motown concert show.

The majority of the classic songs on the 40-track CD are featured in the production’s set list including: I’ll Be There, Baby Love, My Guy, Easy, Get Ready, What’s Going On, This Old Heart of Mine, Papa Was a Rolling Stone, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, All Night Long, My Cherie Amour, It Takes Two, Dancing in the Street and many, many more including – of course – I Heard it Through the Grapevine which was voted the No1 song in the TV programme.

Celebrating 50 years of UK No1 hits, the all-new, all-star 2014 Magic of Motown spectacular boasts more No1s than ever before.

Motown singles first topped the UK charts in 1964. Today the legend of the label lives on as five-star performances revive over 36 classics featuring the dance moves, costumes and musicianship made famous by Motown.

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The first three entries drawn in our exclusive competition will win a pair of tickets to the show. To enter please answer this simple question: In which American city was the Motown label based?

Complete the entry form provided in this week’s News and Chronicle and return it to Magic of Motown Competition, Cumbernauld News/Kilsyth Chronicle, 10-12 Tay Walk, Cumbernauld G67 1BU by the closing date of Tuesday, October 21.

There is no cash alternative. Usual News and Chronicle rules apply. Editor’s decision is final.

To book your tickets see the fantastic Magic of Motown stage show, contact the Theatre Royal Box Office on 0844 871 7647 or visit