Win tickets to see Peter Rabbit
PUBLISHED: 09:00 22 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:00 22 March 2018
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Peter Rabbit is up to his usual mischief in the screen debut of Beatrix Potter's classic tale.
The film starts with the lovable bunny and his siblings – Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail – and cousin Benjamin, sneaking into Mr McGregor’s garden to steal an abundance of fruit and vegetables.
Peter (voiced by James Cordon) cannot stop himself from playing a trick on his grumpy old neighbour – but his sense of mischief leads to his capture and Mr McGregor threatens to put him in a pie.
However, just as his friends think it is the end of Peter Rabbit, Mr McGregor drops dead.
The animals cannot believe their luck and they take over his house and garden – feasting on whatever they please and partying all night.
But their taste of freedom is short-lived, when Mr McGregor’s great-nephew Thomas moves into the house.
The city boy (Domhnall Gleeson) hates rabbits and locks up the garden to keep the wildlife out.
Thomas McGregor takes a shine to his neighbour, the sweet and motherly Bea (Rose Byrne) who loves and protects the rabbits.
Can Bea be Peter’s saviour?
The film, written and directed by Will Gluck, is packed with humour, plenty of fun and a little romance.
Peter Rabbit will have audiences of all ages giggling and guffawing at the animal antics.
The Mercury has teamed up with the Odeon to offer three lucky readers a pair of family tickets to the showing of their choice.
To enter the competition, simply answer the question below by 10am on March 30.
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