win 1 of 2 dbl passes to letters to lindy at brisbane powerhouse

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THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.

Thanks to our friends at Brisbane Powerhouse, 2 lucky Must Do Brisbane readers will each be winning themselves a double pass to see Letters to Lindy on Thursday August 2 at 7.30pm.

Letters to Lindy is a stunning work by award-winning playwright Alana Valentine, providing a deep insight into one of the most compelling legal and human dramas of our times.

Letters to Lindy, Brisbane Powerhouse

Filled with humour and heartbreak, Letters to Lindy explores the public's relationship with one of 20th Century Australia's most iconic figures, Lindy Chamberlain. Hers was the story that captivated a nation in 1980. A mother who was accused of murdering her child, Azaria, with her claim - that the baby was taken by a dingo - denied and discredited by zealous police and a flawed legal system.

To be in the draw to win tickets to see this compelling production, ENTER BELOW, and good luck! This competition will close on June 15, 2018 so don't miss out! 

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