Competition: Presenting Philip Reeve
Are you a fan of Philip Reeve’s novels? Did you absolutely love reading Mortal Engines? Is Railhead one of your all-time favourite books? Then we want to hear from you!
On Saturday 20 October, RAMM will be hosting an event with author Philip Reeve, as part of the Extreme Imagination Festival, where Philip will talk about his work developing both the Mortal Engines and Railhead series. The event will include an exciting opportunity to chat with Philip and ask him questions – and that’s where you come in.
We are looking for the ultimate Philip Reeve fan to help us host the Q&A part of this event. To enter the competition, you must be between the ages of 13 and 18 and be confident enough to stand up in front of a crowd. If you’re under 18 then you’ll need to get permission from a parent or guardian to enter the competition and – most importantly – you’ll need to be available on Saturday 20 October.
The winner of the competition will not only help us host the event, but will also win a free ticket to the event for themselves and a friend and receive a copy of either Mortal Engines or Railhead personally signed by Philip Reeve.
How do I enter?
To enter the competition, you need to make a short video (no more than 2 minutes in length) introducing yourself, telling us why you’d like to host the event with us and what your top question for Philip Reeve would be. You can make your video as simple or as jazzy as you like – we just want to get to know you a little bit.
Once you’ve made your video, fill out the form below to submit your entry – and don’t forget to get permission from a parent or guardian if you’re under 18.
Competition Terms and Conditions
- All the information given about how to enter this competition is also part of these terms and conditions.
- By entering the competition, you are agreeing to accept the rules and all of the terms and conditions.
- The Promoter is the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen St, Exeter EX4 3RX.
- The competition is open to anyone between the ages of 13 and 18, except for employees of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (and their families) and the family of Philip Reeve.
- If you are under the age of 18, you must have permission from your parent or guardian to enter the competition.
- You must be available on Saturday 20 October 2018 to attend the event Mortal Engines and Railhead – far-future civilisations and adventures with Philip Reeve in order to enter this competition.
- You may submit only one video entry. All entries are free.
- You must have access to the internet. Entries should be submitted via the form at the bottom of this page. We are unable to accept entries via any other channels (such as email). We cannot take responsibility for any entries that are lost or delayed due to computer error.
- If you are under the age of 18, you must provide the name and contact details of a parent or guardian who is responsible for you. We may contact your parent or guardian to confirm that they have given permission for you to enter the competition. We may also contact your parent or guardian to confirm that we have permission to post your video submissions to the Promoter’s social media pages.
- You will be asked to provide your contact details and your preferred method of contact.
- All entries must be made before the closing date of midnight on Sunday 30 September 2018. Any entries made after this time will be considered void.
- The winner will be announced on the Promoter’s website and Facebook page by Friday 5 October 2018. They will be contacted via their preferred method of communication. Reasonable efforts will be made to contact the winner. If the winner cannot be contacted, the Promoter reserves the right to void the win and offer the prize to a second choice.
- The Promoter might be forced to change the competition conditions due to events beyond its control. The Promoter cannot be responsible for any such changes.
- The Promoter reserves the right to withdraw the competition if no suitable winner can be found.
- English law applies and only jurisdiction of the English Courts shall prevail.