Aleks Josh to turn on Stevenage Christmas lights – win the chance to join him

TEEN heartthrob and The Voice star Aleks Josh will be turning on the Stevenage Christmas lights this year, and YOU can win the chance to join him.

The Comet has teamed up with Stevenage Town Centre Management to offer one youngster the chance to press the plunger and light up the town for the festive season.

Aleks, who shot to fame in the BBC1 show, will perform at the event and six fans are set to be given the chance to meet him at a VIP reception after the big event.

The festivities start at lunchtime on Thursday, November 22, with entertainment for the youngest residents.

The enchanted fairies will be face painting and balloon modelling in the town square, and will be joined by Twizzle and Twirl, from 360 Play.


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Children from Woolenwick and Fairlands Primary school will be carol singing on stage and there will be hot chocolate and mince pies on offer until 2pm.

The main event kicks off at 4pm with live music and dance from Stevenage singer Roxy Searle, hip hop street dancers Suki and Zorro, and popular boy band Frixion.

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The cast from this year’s Christmas panto, Robin Hood, will also take to the stage before the big switch-on at 6.30pm, followed by a spectacular firework display and a flurry of snow.

• To win the chance to switch on the lights, complete the wordsearch in this week’s Comet and send it to Stevenage Town Centre Management Company, Daneshill House, Danestrete, Stevenage, Herts SG1 1HN, before Monday, November 12.

You can also print off the wordsearch by visting our e-edition – click on the link in the top right-hand corner.

The winner must be available from 5.45pm on Thursday, November 22 and must agree to having his or her photo being used in all promotional material.

• To win the chance to meet Aleks Josh at the VIP reception, email tcm@stevenagetowncentre.co.uk and tell them in 25 words or less why you would love to meet him.

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