FANCY winning tickets to one of the 15 simultaneous world premières of 'Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang', in Harrow?

Four lucky families will each get four free seats at the exclusive screening to be held at Vue Harrow in St George's Shopping Centre, St Ann's Road, Harrow, on Sunday, March 21.

Coinciding with and celebrating London Film Day, the 12.15pm showing comes a full five days before the blockbuster movie gets its general release.

The film is the sequel to 2005's hugely popular 'Nanny McPhee' and is written by and starring Emma Thompson as the magical nanny.

Support comes from Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rhys Ifans, Maggie Smith, Bill Bailey and Daniel Mays and the story tells the tale of Nanny McPhee arriving seemingly from nowhere to help a mother run her family and her farm while her husband is away at war.

Nanny McPhee – whose catchphrase is telling children 'I've heard you've been naughty' – uses her special powers to teach the children and their cousins five important lessons.

London Film Day, a partnership between Film London and the BFI London Film Festival on Sunday 21 March, is a major event for 2010 which will promote the cinema-going experience to people across the city and celebrate the film-making achievements of one of the world’s most cinematic capitals.

Beyond the première tickets, one of the winners will also receive the first 'Nanny McPhee' film on DVD as well as two Nanny McPhee books.


For a chance to win one of four family tickets to see 'Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang' at 12.15pm on Sunday March 21 at Vue Harrow and the DVD and books, send your answer to the following question along with your name, address and telephone number to  by midday on Saturday March 20.

Q. Who plays the magical nanny in 'Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang'?

Normal rules apply. Editor’s decision is final.