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Cirkus Inferno Family Ticket Competition

Cirkus Inferno Family Ticket Competition

Auckland based and bound Scoopers, courtesy of The Edge Scoop has a free family ticket, worth $75, to Cirkus Inferno available to the first lucky person who answers correctly three questions (see below).

A family ticket admits two adults & two juniors or one adult & three juniors (admits 4).

Cirkus Inferno brings mess and mayhem to The Civic, on the corner of Queen and Wellessley streets Auckland from November 25-29.

So if you are in Auckland or visiting during this time, get clicking… All questions can be answered by viewing this article: Cirkus Inferno: Fun-filled Family Treat at The Civic

Question 1:

  • Cirkus Inferno features Lucky and Lady – the world’s most dangerous clowns! What are the real names of these two characters?
  • Question 2:

  • When Lucky and Lady show up for The Daredevil Opera Company’s Cirkus Inferno what do they find?
  • Question 3:

  • By clicking on the multimedia (Flash) trailer, what country does the animation say Cirkus Inferno is coming direct to New Zealand from?
  • Click here to send your answers to Scoop. Good luck!

    Remember to include your contact email so we can get back to you, should you be the lucky winner!

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