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Win tickets to see X Factor winner James Arthur

Thursday 20 December 2012 Updated: 21/12 09:05

X FACTOR winner James Arthur will take Worcester by storm this Christmas after it was revealed the singer-songwriter will be performing live at Tramps nightclub.

It is the first time a winner of the hit ITV show has been invited to play in the city as part of the club's X Factor Live Nights.

And we've teamed up with Tramps to offer one lucky reader the chance to win four VIP tickets to the show on Thursday, December 27.

Proceeds from James' debut single Impossible are being donated to Together for Short Lives, a national charity which supports many children’s hospices including Acorns Children’s Hospice in Worcester.

Tramps has teamed up with Acorns to raise funds at Thursday's live show and help make a difference to children with life-limiting illnesses in the county.

Tramps director Dean Hill said: "James Arthur is a huge talent, his own passion for music is evident in how he performs. We are really delighted that he is coming to Tramps and ticket sales have been in high demand since the date was released. The fact that we can also support such an important local charity as Acorns makes it a pleasure to host this fantastic event."

To be in with a chance of winning simply email your answer to the following question, along with your name and daytime telephone number to editor@worcesterstandard.co.uk Closing date for entries is 12pm on Christmas Eve.

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A range of tickets are available on www.night-clubber.com

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