M Mag giveaways: Win tickets to At Eternity's Gate, Yo, Carmen and I'm Not Running
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M Mag giveaways: Win tickets to At Eternity's Gate, Yo, Carmen and I'm Not Running

MOVIE TICKETS TO 'AT ETERNITY'S GATE'

Taking a fresh look at the last days of the brilliant but tormented Vincent van Gogh, artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel's new film At Eternity's Gate releases on Thursday. Charting the painter's odyssey from Paris to Arles, the camera follows the impoverished artist (played by Willem Dafoe), who despite ridicule and illness created such stunning works of art. We have 20 in-season doubles (worth $220 in total) to follow the artist in the final weeks of his life. Entries received on admin@mbpublicity.com.au before midnight tonight have the chance to win.

Willem Dafoe stars as the tormented artist Vincent van Gogh in <i>At Eternity's Gate</i>.

Willem Dafoe stars as the tormented artist Vincent van Gogh in At Eternity's Gate.

YO, CARMEN

The undisputed queen of modern flamenco, Sevillian dancer and choreographer Maria Pages delivers a brilliant and vibrant ode to womanhood in the Arts Centre Hamer Hall on March 11 and 12. Blending dance, music, poetry and theatre in a radical reimagining of the story of Bizet's heroine Carmen, she's accompanied by an ensemble of dancers and six of Spain's most talented musicians. There are three double passes (worth $528 in total) to join the March 11 audience for this fiery flamenco spectacular. Register your details on competitions@artscentremelbourne.com.au before midnight and you'll enter the draw.

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Flamenco artist Maria Plages radically reimagines Bizet's famous opera heroine in <i>Yo, Carmen</i>.

Flamenco artist Maria Plages radically reimagines Bizet's famous opera heroine in Yo, Carmen.

MOVIE TICKETS TO 'I'M NOT RUNNING'

What's involved in sacrificing your private life and peace of mind for something more than a single issue? The National Theatre's production of David Hare's explosive new play I'm Not Running, filmed live exclusively for Australian audiences, screens at selected cinemas from March 2 with a preview at Cinema Nova at 6.30pm on February 20. Directed by Neil Armfield, actors Sian Brooke and Alex Hassel play a doctor-turned-member of Parliament and her boyfriend, a stalwart politician, in this exploration of the modern British Labour Party and we have 15 doubles to catch the preview screening up for grabs. Register your details on competitions@sharmillfilms.com.au before midnight tonight for your chance to win.

WINNERS


Movie Passes to The Combination Redemption: Tim Glennen, Luis Menezes, Grace Bongiovanni, Shaun Minehan, Jim Walsh, Kevin Bleazby, Christian Mazzarino, Stephanie Adler, Daniela De Luca, Giannina Chaffey, Jackie Olarenshaw, Jeff Davidson, Peter Tester, Robyn Doyle, Don Hamilton, David Brooks, Trpana Filipovska, Jenny Chen, Anne-Maree Newbold, Maree Tame.

Sian Brooke and Alex Hassell in <i>I'm Not Running</i> at Britain's National Theatre.

Sian Brooke and Alex Hassell in I'm Not Running at Britain's National Theatre.Credit:Photo by Mark Douet


Muriel's Wedding The Musical: Lucy Carrigg, William Heath, Angela Monk,Jody Farlow, Steven Liang, Judith Dunn, Alison. McAuley, Stephen Tiltman, Dennis Mitchell, Krista Milne.


Bendigo Autumn Music Festival: Christine McAloon and Wallace Faichney

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