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GIVEAWAY! – Tune Your Own Adventure comedy show: Melbourne

I love the Melbourne Comedy Festival. Brilliant comedians, great shows and a risque thrill as you walk that fine line of laughing so hard that you might pee, just a little, in your pants. But it can be hard to get out to catch a show when you’ve got a family.

Problem solved! The wonderful Impromptunes team have put together a brand new family show called Tune Your Own Adventure, an improvised show for all ages.

They have a FAMILY PASS for us to giveaway to one lucky reader.

All you need to do, for a chance to win, is answer the following question in the comments below:

If you could be one character from a kid’s story/book, who would it be and why?

The Family Pass is for four people (2x adults & 2x kids, or 1x adult & 3x kids). The pass is for 12:15pm on Tuesday 7th of April 2015 at the Melbourne Town Hall.

Competition is open to Australian Residents only and is open now. Competition closes 01/04/2013 at 8.00pm AEST.

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Tune Your Own Adventure is a musical comedy that is completely improvised from the audience’s suggestions. You and your kids get to decide how the story goes:

“Witches, fairies, cowboys… absolutely anything can happen in this family musical, in which the actors amazingly make everything up on the spot – the stories, the songs, even the dancing!”

For bookings visit comedyfestival.com.au

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David Hawkins

Half nerd, all Dad & Founder of Big Kid Little Kid, the go-to blog for Awesome Dads. David is on a personal mission to become a more awesome dad to his two sons and teach them all the facets of being a major nerd. NES-off anybody?
  • Effie Bakkalis

    Cinderella – because all she needed for a great night out was a new frock and new pair of high heels!

    • David Hawkins

      I like it Effie! But you forgot the palatial pumpkin carriage and mousey foot soldiers and servants.