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Win tickets to Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides (3D IMAX) plus The Captain Kidd Story! [closed]

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 3D at BFI IMAX LondonAre you as excited as we are about the release of the new Pirates of the Caribbean film?  Thanks to BFI IMAX, the Museum of London Docklands and our fabulous Mayor, we’re celebrating the release of the latest swashbuckling adventure with an absolutely brilliant piratey giveaway.

One lucky family will win 4 tickets to see Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides in 3D at London’s IMAX cinema on the Southbank, plus 4 tickets to Pirates: The Captain Kidd Story, the major new exhibition at the Museum of London in Docklands.

For your chance to win, just leave a pirate-themed comment below or on our Facebook page!

It could be your favourite Captain Jack Sparrow quote, an unforgettable moment in Treasure Island, an incredibly cheesy pirate joke (keep it clean!), or a tale about your recent visit to that huge wooden Pirate Ship at the Princess Diana Memorial Playground. We’ll choose a winner at random from all the entries, and you can enter as many times as you like. Good luck!

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More about the prizes:

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, 3D IMAX experience

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Johnny Depp returns to his iconic role of Captain Jack Sparrow in an action-packed tale of truth, betrayal, youth and demise. When Jack crosses paths with a woman from his past (Penélope Cruz), he’s not sure if it’s love – or if she’s a ruthless con artist who’s using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the Queen Anne’s Revenge, the ship of the formidable pirate Blackbeard (Ian McShane), Jack finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he doesn’t know who to fear more: Blackbeard or the woman from his past.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is showing in 3D at the BFI IMAX on London’s South Bank until July 19th. Click here for dates and times. Rated 12A.

Pirates: The Captain Kidd Story

Pirate flag from Pirates: The Captain Kidd Story at Museum of London DocklandsFrom Treasure Island to Pirates of the Caribbean, piracy has long been an inspiration for books, television and films. Now, in a major exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands, families and adults alike can discover the real pirates who ruled our seas over 300 years ago. Original artefacts, archaeological finds and hands-on interactives will reveal London’s links with piracy dating back to the 17th century, including the capital’s gruesome history as a place of execution for pirates. Through maps, letters and illustrations, you’ll follow the true story of the infamous Captain Kidd, who met his end at Wapping’s Execution Dock, passing into legend to shape our ideas of pirates today. Watch the trailer or find out more on the Museum of London Docklands website.

Competition Rules:

  • This competition ends at 11 pm on Friday June 10th 2011
  • Anyone can enter, but to take advantage of this prize you’ll need to come to London UK.
  • The prize is transferable provided you notify us at the time the prize is awarded.
  • Yes, you may include a link to a blog post, photo or video, but if your link looks dodgy we will remove it.
  • Multiple entries allowed, but if we think you’re a spammer you’ll be disqualified.
  • One will chosen at random from all entries received by the closing date.
  • The winner will be contacted by email or Facebook shortly after the closing date – if there is no reply within 2 days we will choose an alternative winner.

Written by Janis P.

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  1. My favourite quote is from Muppet Treasure Island.
    When sorting out who’s doing the dishes.
    Jim: I’ll wash

    Gonzo: I’ll dry

    Rizzo: I’ll break!

  2. Ahoy Gentleman o’ fortune, I would swim into Davy Jone’s Locker, Kidnap Jack Sparrow or just walk the plank just to win me lass this cinematic booty!

  3. Aharrr matey, the will show us da way to da fountain of youth on the south bank or my little ankle biters will decide what limb of yours is replaced with a wooden one.
    so be a good girl now and hand it over!!!

  4. Argh, I be entering again as I desperately want to get my hooks on the loot! This prize be worth it’s weight in pieces o’ eight and gold doubloons. I’ll be settin’ sail for London with me cut-throat crew tomorrow night, all bein’ well! Thank you for this oppurtunity, fair maiden.

  5. At Easter we took our granddaughters to Lands End and watched the 4d pirate experience featuring ‘Jill’ Hawkins’. They thoroughly enjoyed getting wet from the sea spray when the pitate dived overboard and even enjoyed the shuddering of the seats when the ship crahsed – but when the animation seemed to jump out of the screen and trhow a skull at us or wave a cutlass they were slightly less keen !

  6. Ahoy there me Matey, if ye don’t give me the booty, ye’ll be walking the plank afore ye can say shiver me timbers.

  7. aha me heartys jack have nothing on real pirate like me, walk the plank and a bottle of rum for me!

  8. Angelica: I am starting to think you don’t know where you are going.
    Captain Jack Sparrow: Its not the destination so much as the journey.

    That ‘occasional’ craziness hides the hidden wiseness of everyone’s favourite captain!

  9. Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
    for my kids this would be so much fun
    & theyd think shiver me timbers Mum
    you are so such a clever & great one!!!

  10. Well perish an’ plague me, I verily believe this be a right rollicking competition as good as any rumfustian in my belly. An’ blow my scuttlebutt if the booty ain’t worthy of a gentleman of virtue like me to be a-tryin’ to win it. So hang me for a lewd cur if I ain’t gonna try win it fer me an’ my crew. But if I could only be a-thinkin’ what to say…. Until our courses cross again sometime.

    (An’ were you a-knowin’ that ‘Arrrgh’ when said by a pirate is said to be a ‘Newtonisation’ out of respect to Robert newton the famos celluloid Long John wotsit?)

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