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Tell what you want to see to win golden tickets!

Tell what you want to see to win golden tickets!

We want you to tell us what you want to see!

Over the next two weeks, your Opera House is asking the community what it would like to see at Hawke's Bay Opera House - our stage is your stage.

There is no catch; we just want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the Opera House - just as you have. We also want to make sure that the shows are what you want to see!

The best bit is that everyone who completes a survey will go in the draw to win the GOLDEN TICKETS - that's a double pass to every show opening night at the Hawke's Bay Opera House theatre for a year (terms and conditions apply).

There are also 10 consolation prize draws to win double passes.

So why not let us know what you would like see at your Opera House and have the chance to be able to see them all on us.

Click here to complete your survey and enter the prize draws.

For all ticket sales, go to the Hawke's Bay Opera House Box Office corner Hastings and Eastbourne Street, phone (06) 871 5282 or via our website www.hawkesbayoperahouse.co.nz

ENDS

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