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Enter our competition to win a family pass to an AWESOME show at this year’s festival.

For your chance to win one of two family passes (4 tickets each) to a show in the 2017 AWESOME Festival just read our interview with AWESOME CEO Jenny Simpson and answer the question below.*

Which Perth theatre company originally set up the AWESOME festival 21 years ago?

Email your name, address, phone number and answer to [email protected] with the word COMPETITION in the subject line.

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*Terms and conditions apply. This offer excludes shows in the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia and UWA. Competition closes on Monday 4 September at 9am. Entries submitted after that time will not be considered. The winner will be chosen at random and informed by telephone.

 

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