Win a double pass to see Strictly Ballroom The Musical

At 8pm on Thursday 22nd January,

Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne

(Please note – the double pass is valid for this performance only)

 

 

To enter simply email [email protected] with

Your name and postal address

And who you are looking forward to seeing the most in this musical

Competition closes midnight on Sunday 14th December

 

 

 

STRICTLY BALLROOM THE MUSICAL is the inspiring story of a championship ballroom dancer who defies all the rules to follow his heart.  This uplifting and courageous tale originated as a stage play that Baz Luhrmann devised with a group of students at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) back in 1984.

Playing the pivotal roles of ‘Scott Hastings’ and ‘Fran’ are Thomas Lacey and Phoebe Panaretos who lead an outstanding Australian cast of 43 including Bob Baines as Les Kendall, Drew Forsythe as Doug Hastings, Natalie Gamsu as Abuela, Robert Grubb as Barry Fife, Fernando Mira as Rico, Heather Mitchell as Shirley Hastings and Mark Owen-Taylor as JJ Silvers.

STRICTLY BALLROOM THE MUSICAL features classic songs from the film, "Love is in the Air," "Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps" and "Time After Time" as well as some wonderful new songs by artists such as Eddie Perfect and Sia.

STRICTLY BALLROOM THE MUSICAL is produced in Australia by Global Creatures and Bazmark.

 

www.strictlyballroomthemusical.com      

www.ticketek.com.au

www.facebook.com/strictlyballroomthemusical         

[email protected]

 

Venue: Her Majesty’s Theatre

Dates: From 14 January 2015

Performance Times:  

  • Tuesday at 7pm
  • Wednesday at 1pm & 8pm
  • Thursday at 8pm
  • Friday at 8pm
  • Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
  • Sunday at 3pm

 

Prices:                                          

  • Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Evenings, tickets $55 – $135
  • Wednesday Matinee, tickets $55 – $120
  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday, tickets $60 – $150

 

Bookings:   Ticketek.com.au or 132 849

Groups 20+ and School Groups 20+ call 1300 364 001

 

Photo credit: David Hilbig

 

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