WIN tickets to the side-splitting ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong’

Peter Pan Goes Wrong competition

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The side-splitting theatre hit Peter Pan Goes Wrong is flying from London’s West End into Melbourne next month, and we have a family pass up for grabs.

The masterful production puts a comedic twist on the classic Peter Pan tale that leaves even the youngest audiences in stitches. And heading up the Australian leg of the tour is much-loved children’s entertainer, actor and musical theatre star Jay Laga’aia.

A winning combination of physical comedy, finely-tuned farce and slapstick, Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a laugh-a-minute journey.

What the critics are saying

Peter Pan Goes Wrong Melbourne

“My cheeks genuinely hurt from laughing! All ages will be holding their sides with laughter” – The Breeze, New Zealand

“An absolute must see” –

“Bloody hilarious! And I think I’ve developed a bit of a crush on the crocodile” – Mix FM, New Zealand

“Irresistibly funny” – Financial Times, UK

“A dizzying, dazzling display of meta-theatrical brilliance” – The Stage, UK

“I don’t think I’ve heard laughter this loud or this continuous in the theatre” – London Theatre, UK

“a joyfully silly show that unpacks itself like a festive treat” – Timeout, UK

One lucky Mum’s Grapevine family will win a family pass (four tickets) to see Peter Pan Goes Wrong at the Arts Centre Melbourne on Wednesday 19th December, 7pm performance, valued at $399.60.

Entry is open to all Australian Mum’s Grapevine newsletter subscribers, but you must be able to attend the show in Melbourne.

Ends December 7, 2018.


Step One: Enter your details in the entry form below.
Step Two: Head to Peter Pan Goes Wrong and tell us which actor is playing Jonathan (hint: have a peek in the cast section).
BONUS: Click ‘Share’ below and get your friends to enter too for bonus entries.

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Peter Pan Goes Wrong competition

Peter Pan Goes Wrong
Recommended for ages 6+

Arts Centre Melbourne, The Playhouse
19 December 2018 to 27 January, 2019

Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, Brisbane
30 January – 3 February 2019

Canberra Theatre, Canberra
6 – 10 February 2019

Sydney Lyric, Sydney
From 13 February 2019

His Majesty’s Theatre, Perth
7 – 17 March 2019

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