Win dinner and show with Basil, Sybil and Manuel!

(18.01) Win a double pass to 'Faulty Towers - the Dinner Experience'

  • "CityNews" has two double passes, valued at $298 each, to enjoy dinner, drinks and the "Faulty Towers" show at the Carrington Inn, Bungendore, over the Queen's Birthday long weekend (Friday, June 8 and Saturday, June 9). In this fully immersive experience the audience become diners in the infamous ‘Faulty’ restaurant and are served a three-course meal by Basil, Sybil and Manuel. Chaos greets audiences as soon as they walk through the door! "Faulty Towers the Dining Experience" is a 21-year global dinner-theatre hit, and has sold out in places such as the Sydney Opera House, Raffles Singapore and London’s West End. Prize tickets are for the Friday, June 8, dinner show. To enter list three separate words in the box above that best describe Basil.
  • Terms and Conditions

    1. All entrants must be over the age of 18. To enter, log on to citynews.com.au/win and list three separate words that best describe Basil to you. Include your name, suburb and email details. The judge’s decision will be final. 2. The competition opens on Monday, May 7. 3. The competition closes midday, Monday, May 27. 4. The competition will be judged midday, Monday, May 27. 5. Judging will take place at the offices of CityNews, 9/189 Flemington Road, Mitchell, ACT. 6. The prize consists of two double passes valued at $298 each. The two winners will be notified by email and listed in the May 31 edition of "CityNews". Entry is restricted to readers in Canberra and surrounding district. 7. The promoter of the competition is Macquarie Publishing Pty Limited. ABN 23 116 889 813 8. Should any winner be ineligible, or fail to collect the prize, a subsequent winner will be judged from the original entries. The winner will be notified by email and details published in the next available edition of "CityNews".

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