Word is getting round that Tropic Sun Theatre's Zim Zoom Cabaret at Townsville's Old Magistrate's Court is really worth a look. And for members of magnetictmes.com News Club we have a table's worth (2 double passes) of tickets to give away to the lucky winners who can correctly answer a question which follows.
Tropic Sun Theatre's Zim-Zoom Cabaret is a new theatre experience for the Old Magistrates Court. Seven actors, plus a multi-tasking stage manager create a funny and surprising situation, where the audience from the safety and anonimity of their seats, can become part of, participate in and, at times, control the show.
The Townsville Bulletin review said, "The group of actors...were fantastically entertaining in every role they played. They were funny, had great vocals and were such wonderful performers that you couldn't help joining in the fun"
And now for the question: On what street corners is the Townsville Old Magistrates Court located?
Use our comments funtion below and send back your answers so we can draw the two winning entries (drawn from a hat) for their double tickets at 10pm on Monday night April 23. Winners will be notified shortly afterwards.
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Zim-Zoom tickets: Parties 10+ are $18 and Schools students $9. Doors/ food and bar open from 7.30pm.
Islanders can make the 10.30pm boat home - or stay for a final drink and catch the 11.30pm
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