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Competition: Prizes To See Underland At The Edge

Scoop Arts Competition: Prizes To See Underland At The Edge

Scoop viewers have a change to win a fabulous arts package: two premium tickets to the opening night of Sydney Dance Company's Underland in Auckland on Wednesday November 10 (performance starts 7.30pm). PLUS a copy of the Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds double CD Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus.

PLUS!!! we have an additional prize of two premium tickets to the opening night of Sydney Dance Company's Underland in Auckland on Wednesday November 10 (performance starts 7.30pm).

To be in the draw to win these two prizes, you will need to answer these three questions:

Who is the influential New York-based choreographer who created Underland?

What Nick Cave song that features in Underland also featured on the album Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds’ Murder Ballads?

What was the name of the Sydney Dance Company’s last performance in New Zealand in 2003?

Please note: Prizes do not include travel costs to Auckland.

  • Click here to mail your answers to… The Scoop Editor…
  • (Clues to these answers can be found in the Scoop preview release Sydney Dance Company Returns To NZ With Work Inspired By Pop Balladeer Nick Cave .)

    Sydney Dance Company’s Underland is on stage at the ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre, THE EDGE®, Auckland from November 10-13. Book at Ticketek on (09) 307 5000. Tickets are on sale now.

    Review comments:

    “Its intensity and emotional depth take hold in a partnership of dance, music and visuals that allow viewers to make their own interpretations. Everyone who can should see it. Perhaps more than once.” SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

    “Nick Cave’s music is the key to Underland. Wildly and yearningly romantic while heading to hell in a handbasket, it niggles and jangles but also gets to the heart of the matter” THE AUSTRALIAN

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