Win tickets to Tokyo with Disney's Tron

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Tonight,  Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank will be transformed into a world of Tron in anticipation of the film's release next month.

(If we don't sound excited, we really are, we're just aware we've talked about it an awful lot).

Featuring an impressive architectural light show, the event will also play host to a replica of the iconic Tron light bike, situated on the bottom floor of the Hall in "Flynn’s Arcade". The Hall will appear to be morphing before your very eyes (if you’ve not seen an architectural light display before, take a look at what Ralph Lauren did at their Bond Street store a few weeks back here).

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Add in a Daft Punk soundtrack and a one and a half mile high blue light beam shooting upwards from the Hall into the night sky (air traffic control are apparently aware) and you have what promises to be one pretty spectacular event.

All this is thanks to the creative minds at Hewlett Packard, who are partnering with Disney, and will be demonstrating its unique ePrint technology throughout the day.

Alongside all the print-based excitement, HP is also offering one reader the chance to jet off to Tokyo to take in some amazing computer games and see the world of the future. The prize includes flights, hotel accommodation in one of the city’s finest haunts, access to all attractions at DisneyLand Tokyo and spending money – we'll be revealing more in the coming weeks, so watch this space for more.

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Keep your eyes peeled next week for a video of the Tron spectacular before heading down there yourself  (it’s on from 1pm – 9pm daily until December 2 - the light show begins 4pm daily). For more details visit www.disney.co.uk/tron/hp

Esquire Competition Rules

Only one entry will be accepted per person. The closing date for receipt of competition entries is midday on January 10 2011.

Winners will be notified by email or phone on or before January 15.

The competition is only open to UK residents over the age of 18.

Travel & accommodation is included along with a limited amount of spending money. A cash alternative is not offered in place of the prize.

Entry to the competition and acceptance of the prize constitutes permission to use the winner’s name for promotional purposes without additional consultation.

This competition is not open to employees of The National Magazine Company Limited or our competition partners or their direct family members.

The prize winners will be selected at random by The National Magazine Company Limited. No purchase necessary.

Only the winners will be contacted personally. A list of winners will be available by sending a SAE to Esquire magazine, Competition winners, 72 Broadwick Street, London W1F 9EP.

Prizes must be taken as stated and cannot be deferred although The National Magazine Company Limited reserve the right to change the prizes in the event of unforeseen circumstances. There will be no cash alternative.

The National Magazine Company Limited does not accept any responsibility for late or lost entries. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.

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