Win tickets to see summer outdoor screening of Some Like It Hot at Waddesdon before competition closes on Sunday night!

Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon starred alongside a famous actress in the iconic comedy film Some Like It Hot- but who was the actress?
Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon starred alongside a famous actress in the iconic comedy film Some Like It Hot- but who was the actress?
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You’ll need to act fast if you want to enter our exciting competition to win tickets to an outdoor screening of Some Like It Hot at Waddesdon.

And keeping to the hot theme, there’s also a pair of free tickets to the manor and grounds that could be used to visit on the day of the Chilli Festival.

The closing date for our competition is 8pm on Sunday (August 31) so read on and see if you can hit the deadline, writes Heather Jan Brunt.

The question is, who is the lead actress in the iconic comedy movie Some Like It Hot?

Send your answer by the closing date by email to heatherjan.brunt@jpress.co.uk with the subject heading: Some Like It Hot competition. Please ensure you include your full name, address and a daytime telephone number

The winner will be notified on Monday.

The prize is two tickets for the outdoor screening of Some Like It Hot at Waddesdon on Friday September 5 at 8pm.

The prize also includes two tickets to Waddesdon manor and gardens which can be used on the same day as the film screening or on any alternative day up until the end of the main opening season (November 2).

The winner might like to use the tickets to return to the manor the day after the film.

On the Saturday and Sunday (September 6 and 7) the hugely successful chilli festival makes its eighth visit to Waddesdon.

Held in the aviary glade in the gardens, 40 exhibitors will present some of the most delicious food from across the country.

At this year’s festival you will find everythingfor the chilli fanatic or intrepid novice including delicious jams, exotic and enticing pastes and pickles, chutneys and oils, relishes and sauces, cheese, beers and chocolate.

A cookery theatre will offer talks and demonstrations throughout the day and there will be live music between 10.30am-4.30pm each day.