Competition: Not happy post-Christmas comp

December 30, 2016

The Play That Goes Wrong

Legends In Concert Tribute To The Stars - Michael Jackson

Circus 1903


This competition is for people who feel they missed out on gifts this Christmas!

Shepparton News is going to return you to a state of pre-Christmas enthusiastic expectation.

We have gifts a-plenty to give away to our readers – all you need to do is select the prize you’d like to win and tell us the worst Christmas present you have ever received.

Gifts include:

5 x double passes to Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus. Estimated value: $162 (per double pass). Performance date: Saturday, January 7 at 3pm. Venue: Regent Theatre, Melbourne

5 x double passes to Legends in Concert Tribute to the Star. Estimated value: $162 (per double pass). Performance date: Saturday, January 21 at 2pm. Venue: The Palms at Crown, Melbourne

4 x double passes to The Play That Goes Wrong. Estimated value: $239.80 (per double pass). Performance date: Saturday, February 25 at 2pm. Venue: Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

The Not Happy Post-Christmas competition closes in stages:

Entry to Circus 1903 closes on Sunday, January 1. Winners contacted by phone and email on Monday, January 2.

Entry to Legends in Concert closes on Sunday, January 8. Winners contacted by phone and email on Monday, January 9.

Entry to The Play That Goes Wrong closes on Sunday, January 15. Winners contacted by phone and email on Monday, January 16.

Good luck!


The original, largest and widely regarded as the world’s greatest live celebrity tribute show, Legends in Concert, is coming to The Palms at Crown Melbourne in January.

Direct from Las Vegas, this internationally acclaimed production takes audiences on an electrifying journey through the songbooks of some of music’s legendary singers with world-renowned tribute artists, a live band, talented singers and dancers, lavish multimedia theatrical sets and authentic costumes.

Tribute artists will portray Prince, Elvis Presley, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Adele and, for the first time, Olivia Newton-John. 

Acclaimed American singer Kelly Smith is performing as Olivia Newton-John and was chosen by the former Melburnian herself in a worldwide “You’re the One That I Want” contest held last year. Smith joins the Legends in Concert cast as the first tribute artist to portray Newton-John. 

Legends in Concert made its Las Vegas debut in 1983 as an initial six-week engagement at Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino. It is the longest-running show in Las Vegas’ history with its flagship show at the historic Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.

It has been more than 15 years since the show has toured to The Palms at Crown, but Legends in Concert travels constantly around the world with thousands of annual performances on cruise ships, numerous theatres and casino showrooms. Legends in Concert has entertained more than 30 million fans over the past 33 years. 

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The Play That Goes Wrong introduces The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, which is attempting to put on a 1920s murder mystery. But as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong does go wrong, as the accident-prone thespians battle on against all the odds to get to their final curtain call.

With a host of awards for Best New Comedy to its credit, The Play That Goes Wrong appears to be doing something right for West End audiences, and now audiences across Australia will get their chance to witness theatrical disaster when this hilarious masterpiece stumbles into town.  Described as Fawlty Towers meets Noises Off, The Play That Goes Wrong opens in Melbourne at the Comedy Theatre from  February 22.

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