Win tickets to see Jennifer Wong in Sydney

“Why do audiences go to author readings and line up to get their books signed? How much proof do we need that authors can read and write?”

After sold-out comedy festival shows in Sydney and Melbourne, Jennifer Wong brings it back to where it all began: a love of books and writing.

Win tickets to see “The Merger” in Sydney

The tiny country township of Bodgy Creek has seen better days: unable to find even one full side, the local footy club will have to fold or merge with their arch rivals, the Hudson’s Flat Redbacks. But prodigal son, coach Troy Carrington has other ideas; he embarks on a program to recruit asylum seekers as players. Will the new players cope with pre-season training while fasting for Ramadan?

The Merger is a clever and hilarious one man show by award-winning comedian Damian Callinan (Spicks and Specks, Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala, Skithouse). Presented by Seymour Centre, as part of Sydney Fringe 2012.

How to win tickets

Thanks to our friends at Seymour Centre we’re giving away 2 double passes to see The Merger next Tuesday 18 September @ 7.30pm. To win, just email us your name and answer this question: “what is Ramadan?” We’ll let you know if you’re a winner this Friday!

Ticket giveaway: Where Do We Go Now?

WINNER: Audience Award – Best Film – 2011 Toronto Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival (where it received a 5-minute standing ovation!)

A group of Lebanese women try to ease religious tensions between Christians and Muslims in their village. Want a free ticket to see “Where Do We Go Now”? Read on …

Ticket giveaway: This Must Be The Place

Sean Penn plays Cheyenne, a bored, retired, wealthy American goth rock star living in Dublin. He’s a complex character, bumbling around town with friends and living in an enormous mansion with his wife of 35 years, Jane (Oscar winner Frances McDormand). When he learns of the death of his father – who he has been estranged from for over 30 years – he returns to America to embark on a road trip that will change him forever looking for a Nazi criminal who humiliated his father. Penn is absolutely riveting in this film full of warmth, humour, profundity and lots of eye-liner 😉

WIN tickets to Albert Nobbs

Albert Nobbs is a period drama about identity. It focuses on the role of women and how one woman’s ingenuity allowed her to function in a completely patriarchal system, allowing her to be in charge of her own life.

“A gripping ensemble piece. Glenn Close is terrific … highly affecting.” – The Guardian

Thanks to our friends at Hopscotch, we are giving away 10 passes to see Albert Nobbs from 12 January in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Perth or Canberra. To win, be one of the first ten people to send us an email with your name and postal address.

WIN tickets to The Tall Man

“Australia’s colonial and racist underpinnings are revealed in the penetrating and stylish crime docu The Tall Man. Helmer Tony Krawitz creates a vivid portrait of an Australian island enraged by the death of an Aboriginal man while in custody of the local, predominantly white-run police force.” Variety magazine

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