The competition is now closed. Winners will be announced shortly.

To celebrate 20 years of Sky Mirror, we want you to see your photos and artwork of the sculpture. Whether it’s an oil painting, a photo of your children waiting for our annual panto in front of Sky Mirror or even a wedding proposal – we want to see it all!

Send us your favourite picture or a photograph/scan of your artwork to be entered into our prize draw to win four tickets for this year’s pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, in-person or livestreamed to wherever you are in the world. A selection of our favourite entries will also be displayed in our brand new gallery space.

We want to hear from artists and photographers, whether amateur or professional, six or 86 – we look forward to seeing your memories.

Click Here to Submit your Entry

Terms and Conditions

  • The competition will close on Tuesday 8 June at 11.59pm.
  • All applications must be submitted via the jot forms link. We will not be able to accept any submissions via email or social media.
  • All entries will be entered into a prize draw to win four tickets for Beauty and the Beast, in-person or livestreamed.
  • All entries will also be considered for inclusion in a collection featured in our new gallery space.
  • If you wish to withdraw your entry into the competition, you can do so by emailing
  • There are no age or location restrictions for this competition.
  • You do not need to be a previous Nottingham Playhouse customer to enter.
  • The winners will be notified within 28 days of the competition closing and they must respond within 28 days to claim their prize.
  • Copyright to the photos/art will remain with the entrant but the entrant licences Nottingham Playhouse to use their photos/art on their websites, social media and physically in a gallery space.
  • The competition will be hosted across multiple platforms.
  • The prize cannot be exchanged for monetary value or any other item.
  • This competition is hosted by Nottingham Playhouse, Wellington Circus, Nottingham NG1 5AF

Photography by Drew Baumohl