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Scoop Competition: Win Tickets To NBR NZ Opera Double Bill

Scoop Competition: Win Tickets To NBR NZ Opera Double Bill

Scoop has one double pass to Saturday's final Wellington performance of NBR New Zealand Opera's production of Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci to give away. The performance is a 7.30pm at the St James Theatre, Wellington.

Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci is opera's most famous double bill, thanks to the first inspired pairing of these two one-act operas in New York in 1903. Nowadays, they’re simply Cav&Pagverismo works of great realism, high-voltage emotion and scorching entertainment!

More information about Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci on the NBR New Zealand Opera website.

To be in the draw email editor@scoop.co.nz with the subject line "Opera Competition" and in the email give your name, cellphone or contact number and the answer to the following question:

“Who plays the role of Canio in Pagliacci?”

Entries close at 6pm today, Friday 2 September 2011. The winner will be notified soon afterwards.

Tickets to New Zealand Opera's Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci start at $49.50. Book for the Wellington season at Ticketek. The Auckland season runs from 15 to 25 September with bookings at The Edge.

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