COMPETITION: Win tickets to see Hannon live at the Wildsfees

2016-06-15 06:00
Hannon will be presenting one of his popular make-over shows at this year’s Kirkwood Wildsfees on the morning of Saturday, June 25.         Photo:SUPPLIED

Hannon will be presenting one of his popular make-over shows at this year’s Kirkwood Wildsfees on the morning of Saturday, June 25. Photo:SUPPLIED

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POPULAR television personality, style expert and image consultant, Hannon Bothma, will be presenting his popular make-over and motivational show during the Spar Kirkwood Wildsfees in conjunction with Die Burger.

The event will take place on Saturday, June 25, between 9am and 11am at the Kirkwood High School hall.

Hannon is well-known for his work as stylist and consultant on makeovers featured on television and in magazines in South Africa.

Hannon became famous for his ability to transform any woman into a beautiful princess within minutes. He and his team will select ladies from the audience for a brand-new look.

For those who are not so lucky to receive a make-over there will also be numerous lucky draw prizes up for grabs.

Tickets cost R150 per person and will give access only to Hannon’s show and not to the Wildsfees. Tickets for the Wildsfees are optional and available at the entrance gates. Tickets for Hannon’s show are available from Hellen at 041 365 0217 or book online at

Win! Win! Win!

We are giving away five double tickets to the Hannon show on June 25. To enter, send an email with your full name and contact details to before Sunday at 5pm.

Winners will be notified by means of contact details provided.

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