win 1 of 2 dbl passes to yarn storytelling & cthonica at deathfest 2.0

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Coming to life at Metro Arts is Deathfest 2.0 and we have 2 double passes to give away to lucky Must Do Brisbane readers to experience both Yarn Storytelling: Ghost Stories AND Cthonica, experienced back-to-back on November 1 from 7pm.

Yarn Storytelling: Ghost Stories is an intimate and eerie evening of true ghost yarns about people and things from our past that keep making their way back into the present, for better or for worse, hauntingly. 

At 9pm, winners will then be ushered into Cthonica, an after (life) party that is the end and the beginning of it all, where creatures are in control and death teases and dances with us. At this evening wake, you can play all night, indulge in the devil's liquor and absorb the sounds of Death-Jockeys, the sights of roving performances and art installations, and take a look into the next dimension and beyond - if you dare.

To be in the draw, ENTER BELOW, and good luck. This competition will close on September 25, so don't miss out.

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