Giveaways

CDS TORUK - The First Flight - photo by Errisson Lawrence

WIN a double pass to TORUK – The First Flight (Melbourne)

Inspired by James Cameron’s AVATAR, Cirque du Soleil will transport you to the world of Pandora in the visually stunning arena spectacular, TORUK – The First Flight.

Through a riveting fusion of cutting-edge visuals, puppetry and stagecraft buoyed by a soaring cinematic score, Cirque du Soleil applies its unique signature style to James Cameron’s imaginary world and ‘makes the bond’ between two kindred artistic visions that capture the imagination.

Thanks to our friends at Cirque du Soleil, Australian Arts Review has two (2) double passes to giveaway to the Opening Night performance of TORUK – The First Flight on Thursday 2 November 2017 – 7.30pm at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne.

TO WIN: email your name and contact details – with TORUK in the subject line to: admin@artsreview.com.au by noon – Friday 27 October 2017. Only the winners will be notified!

TORUK – The First Flight plays at Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney (19 – 29 October); Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne (2 – 12 November); Adelaide Entertainment Centre (16 – 19 November); and Perth Arena (24 – 30 November). For more information, visit: www.cirquedusoleil.com for details.

Image: TORUK – The First Flight – photo by Errisson Lawrence / Costume: Kym Barrett © 2015 Cirque du Soleil


FORM Common Anomalies Bhenji Ra, Carl Sciberras and Imanuel DadoWIN a double pass to Common Anomalies (Parramatta)

FORM Dance Projects will present an exciting triple bill of contemporary dance performances by young artists in Common Anomalies at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta from 2 – 4 November. Vastly different in style, the three works will explore each of the performer’s unique personal histories. The performances adapt breakdance, visual art, contemporary techniques, vogue and folklore styles in dynamic vignettes.

Each performer’s work will have a unique approach however the common thread between the pieces is the anomalies of each artist – the fusing of things rarely seen together, to create something unique and personal for each.

Thanks to our friends at FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Australian Arts Review has one (1) double pass to giveaway to the performance of Common Anomalies on Friday 3 November 2017 – 8.00pm.

TO WIN: email your name and contact details – with Common Anomalies in the subject line to: admin@artsreview.com.au by noon – Friday 27 October 2017. Only the winner will be notified!

Image: Bhenji Ra, Carl Sciberras and Imanuel Dado feature in Common Anomalies (supplied)


Madman Entertainment Loving Vincent GiveawayWIN a double pass to Loving Vincent (film)

Loving Vincent brings the paintings of Vincent van Gogh to life to tell his remarkable story. Every one of the 65,000 frames of the film is an oil-painting hand-painted by 125 professional oil-painters who travelled from all across the world to the Loving Vincent studios in Poland and Greece to be a part of the production. As remarkable as Vincent’s brilliant paintings, is his passionate and ill-fated life, and mysterious death.

Thanks to our friends at Madman Entertainment, Australian Arts Review has ten (10) in season double passes to giveaway to Loving Vincent – in cinemas from Thursday 2 November 2017. For more information, visit: www.madmanfilms.com.au for details.

TO WIN: email your name and contact details – with Vincent in the subject line to: admin@artsreview.com.au by noon – Monday 30 October 2017. Only the winners will be notified!

Image: Loving Vincent – courtesy of Madman Entertainment


The Alex Theatre St. Kilda A Very Kransky ChristmasWIN a double pass to A Very Kransky Christmas (Melbourne)

Hailing from a quiet town in the middle of south east Queensland, the Kransky Sisters have taken a break from tending ants, knitting egg warmers, and hanging out cane toad skins to dry to travel around the country performing their new show.

In this very special holiday season treat, the oddball sisters will invite audiences into their world of egg nog, panty-hose and painted chokoes in their signature dry-wit style. From Enya to Silent Night, Daft Punk to the Twelve Days of Christmas, these dysfunctional sisters take family get-togethers to a whole new level.

Thanks to the Kransky Sisters and our friends at The Alex Theatre St. Kilda, Australian Arts Review has two (2) double passes to giveaway to the performance of A Very Kransky Christmas on Wednesday 22 November 2017 – 8.00pm.

TO WIN: email your name and contact details – with Christmas in the subject line to: admin@artsreview.com.au by noon – Monday 13 November 2017. Only the winners will be notified!

A Very Kransky Christmas plays at The Alex Theatre St. Kilda: 20 – 26 November 2017 as part of a national tour throughout November and December. For more information, visit: www.thekranskysisters.com for details.

Image: The Kransky Sisters (supplied)

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